Optimizing Business Processes
Information Technology Consulting
Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery
How does a company maximize technology investments so that it aligns with company strategies, goals, and enables the company’s workforce to be more productive, reinforce the safety & security of the business, provide a competitive advantage, and provides data insights at the department level?
Through the proper alignment of people, process, and technology is what enables the modern business to achieve all the above.
This is where Prevoyance Consulting helps. We engage with companies to help them via developing technology strategies, business applications, information technology consulting, business process improvement, business continuity/disaster recovery plans, implementing improved collaboration platforms such as SharePoint, address security concerns, and the delivery of data analytics that enables deeper insight that allows management to make better decisions.
We deliver custom applications designed for your industry or specifically tailored for your company.
In today’s work environment, the demands on business today to enable leadership, management, and typical employee to perform their job from wherever they are located has taken a giant leap forward. Can your business continue to function if you had no corporate location?
How is your company making sure you have a single source of the truth and not overloaded with multiple versions of documents? Are your employees using effective practices for team collaboration? Are you still using typical emails as your primary method of sharing? Can you effectively measure your internal and external communications?
Does your business have a formal and active Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery plan? Does your management team know what systems & process are truly critical? Who is keeping an eye out for malicious technology activity that could bring the business to its knees? Do you have a formal plan that is exercised and reviewed periodically? Do you have KPIs that meausre critical systems availability?
Do you still rely a employees to send important reports via email and on a set schedule? Are you able to capture data that demonstrates historical trends and behaviors in a meaningful manner? Do you really know if your customer's inquiries are being handled effectively? What data do you rely on when a manager asks for more headcount? Is your Finance department the main source of actionable data? What data would you like to have access to; anywhere, anytime?
Are your employees involved in tasks that should be automated? How many reports involve someone pulling the data, compiling the data, and then emailing to other employees? When a customer calls into your business, do you really know what that experience is like? How many transfers do they experience before they get to the correct person? Have you evaluated people processes to see if a suitable solution can be technology based?