We listen to your business needs then match them to the corresponding tools and implementation strategies while living within your business constraints.
We do not believe any business should implement a "cookie cutter" approach. Yes, it is fast to use a cookie cutter approach but, doing so, limits your distinct advantage and prevents further expansion and usage in the future. If you buy as simple cell phone it will do some basic functions, but will have extreme difficulty in managing you schedule, emailing, and adding new capabilities. If you are only going to use it to make calls then it is the appropriate tool. The key here is knowing what the possibilities are and if they are essential in the future. While a phone is relativity easy to make an organizational or systems changes are not.
Too often the act of implementation is judged by the short term completion of the project rather than if the overall objective has be accomplished. With that short term thinking, 75% of project are considered a failure only 2 years after initial implementation. Hopefully, the second time the process will look at the long term capabilities to prevent a repeat of the first implementation.
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