What we do

We are dedicated to aid the line-of-business with resources and competence, together with the direct operation of enterprise resource and planning systems. We cover the needs of managing continuous improvements and resource spikes occurring coupled with change management and adoptions to new requirements. Easiest way to get an overview of our capabilities is to view them by service area as shown below.

  • Investigative Services
  • Advisory Services
  • Transformation & Transition
  • Resource & Staffing
  • Integration

Enterprise Resource and Planning, systems and operations.

Here we present a high level or a cheat sheet if you like; a presentation of our services. Don’t hesitate to reach out if there are requests for more in depth information or other questions .

Investigative Services
  • Project Rediness
  • Health Checks
  • Audits
Advisory Services
  • Project Management; Develops findings, conclusions, and recommendations
  • Process review; time, quality or cost assesments and improvement studies
  • Assistance in strategic planning
  • Assistance in tactical development
Transformation & Transition
  • Program Manager focuses on implementing strategic tasks that align new programs with an organization’s business strategy and goals. Their job description centers around high levels of coordination, delegation, and more

  • Project Manager is a professional in the field of project management. Project managers have the responsibility of the planning, procurement and execution of a project, in any undertaking that has a defined scope, defined start and a defined finish; regardless of industry.
Resource & Staffing
  • Project Director leads a team of contractors, developers, designers, engineers, and other professionals who are essential to a project’s success.

  • Business Consultants serve as professional advisors or staffing to help companies achieve their goals or streamline operations in a particular area of the business. (sales, IT, finance, supply chain management, operations, digital transformation, etc.)

  • Solution Architect design, describe, and manage the solution. In many ways, this person builds the bridge between a business problem and the technology solution and outlines each of the phases and requirements required to make that solution work.
  • Break & Fix
  • Release & Deployment

  • integration architect designs and develops architecture that allows multiple systems to work consecutively. Most integration architects are part of software development and engineering teams, ensuring that a client’s systems are functional, efficient, and integrate seamlessly into one another.

  • Integration Developer is responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining programs, enterprise application integration, and software program solutions.
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