Onshore Blog

Leading Business Transformation Via the I.T. Department

Posted by Scott Janovitz

May 11, 2017 2:12:46 PM

You’ve most likely noticed that about every business vertical is undergoing phenomenal technological changes, and companies are doing all they can to keep-up by leaning more on their IT departments to align with broad business goals. In this article, we will explore how some companies are using IT Service Management (ITSM) to turn things around in business to transform the way all we work and live.

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Topics: IT Development, organizational development, Productivity, Management, IT outsourcing

3 Steps to Wrangling All of Your Software Products

Posted by Scott Janovitz

May 4, 2017 10:33:05 AM

It can happen to businesses of any size. From your company’s CRM to its payroll and timekeeping systems to the marketing automation platform to any number of collaboration and project management tools, there seems to be an enterprise application software solution for just about any challenge a business can have. It is very common in companies of various industries to have dozens of enterprise systems in use in different departments, and the issue is only compounded when you throw in your proprietary and in-house legacy systems. Before you know it, your IT department has quite a tangle of passwords, custom configurations, updates, and integrations to handle. This leads to difficulties in using the enterprise tools efficiently, often leading to parallel controls with the use of spreadsheets or other tools for manual control, and ultimately a decrease in ROI on the software. Thankfully, there are some tactics for taming your jungle of EAS systems!

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Topics: organizational development, Productivity, Management, Benefits of Outsourcing, eas

5 Best Practices on How to Manage Remote Teams

Posted by Scott Janovitz

Nov 3, 2016 10:15:00 AM

Managing teams of employees in different locations, different time zones and from different cultures can present challenges, but that doesn’t mean that business objectives can’t be met and productivity has to suffer.

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Topics: organizational development, Productivity, Management