How is your relationship with your business data? As a C-Level Executive or even a manager involved in developing and implementing your data management strategy, that's a crucial question. For most people, the answer lies somewhere between "it’s a mess" and "I'm not sure."
David is the Director of Business Development at TTP Solutions LLC. Since 2019, David has been the driving force behind sales and marketing development. David holds a B.B.A. in Entrepreneurship and a B.A. in Spanish from Middle Tennessee State University. He has a passion for helping others to solve problems creatively. Husband to KerrieAnn, David loves photography, hiking, traveling, and reading.
In the article 5 Signs You Need a Single Source of Business Process, we highlighted some ways to tell you that you need to leverage a single business process application over all the others to streamline your data management. Once you have a single source of business process to collect critical information about the business as a whole, it's available to you for whatever you need. If you're in business strategy, then you know that this information is extremely valuable.
Micro Focus's Solutions Business Manager is a robust, rapid application development platform uniquely enabled to build any workflow you can imagine. Typically, SBM customers associate the tool with change management within the IT department, but it does so much more than that. At TTP Solutions LLC, we firmly believe that you should use it for all its worth and maximize your ROI. Think outside the box, think Enterprise Business Process...
How are your 2021 projects going so far? If you’re anything like me not much has changed since 2020. We are still working from home, wearing masks, and trying to think of creative ways to overcome new challenges every day.
We made it! I don’t normally like to use exclamation marks in my writing, but I think it is the only appropriate punctuation to express our joy in knowing that 2020 is confined to the pages of history.
On the twelfth (work) day of Christmas my supplier said to me ‘Sorry about that. I’ll go find out what happened, but in the meantime, let’s just start that batch over.’
On the eleventh (work) day of Christmas my supplier said to me ‘are you sure you can’t just use new screws that fit the thread in the parts we already sent?’
On the tenth (work) day of Christmas my supplier said to me “oh… well, uh, when were those specifications issued?”
On the ninth (work) day of Christmas my supplier said to me “We are working on it, but when do you REALLY need that Just in Time delivery?”
On the eighth (work) day of Christmas my supplier said to me “I’m out of office all next week. Could we wait till I’m back in the office to have this conversation?”