“At least 40% of all business will die in the next 10 years… if they don’t figure out how to change their entire company to accommodate new technologies.” John Chambers
The technological revolution has taken the business world by force, creating much discomfort amongst the majority of established organizations. As technologies progress and former processes are phased out with increasing rapidity, it becomes more evident that any given business’ success is directly related to their ability to adapt. It is simply inconceivable to deny the wave of advance. The “survival of the fittest” concept is an established law in almost every domain and while it has always been applicable, it is now more so than ever. Non-compliance is indisputably detrimental.
Process Modernization is a generalized term describing the utilization of the most current technologies in developing strategies to update ineffective processes within a business, with the objective being maximizing efficiency; “Do the best you can with what you have available”. This concept can be scaled to accommodate any modernization requirement regardless of significance. Some organizations require actions as drastic as eliminating entire business processes to be replaced with the new ones, while others simply need to update minor process stages to maintain modernity. Just as the severity of implementation varies, so does the specific type of refurbishment; anything from physical equipment to software and internal networks offer potential for renewal depending upon the requirements of the specific industry.
iENGINEERING specializes in the design, development and implementation of modernized business processes ranging from basic software upgrades to major transformations in the IT infrastructure of the organization. Maintaining fiscal boundaries during revitalization is prioritized during process modernization; the goal of updating processes is efficiency, and being cost effective is a key component. We have contributed to the success of several organizations with massive data requirements by renovating and revitalizing their processes while maintaining economy and producing remarkably increased business outcomes as a result.