COVID has forced many organizations to prioritize digital transformation initiatives to transition from survive to thrive. New research suggests that success in this endeavor hinges on how your organization views and embraces change.
Veracity Solutions is now recognized as an official integration partner with Chef Software, providing clients with even more ways to strengthen and support in highly regulated industries.
As organizations to push to innovate within their unique industries, CIOs are challenged with leading IT departments to deliver efficiently at an ever-increasing pace. Revamping teams, adopting agile methodologies, and shifting from a project to product-centered mindset are just a few of the ways technology leaders are making it happen. But, finding a solution that works for you could take a little creativity.
The coronavirus pandemic has turned the world on its head, and for countless CIOs of technology organizations, their work is no exception. In the blink of an eye, IT strategies have been reprioritized, projects rescheduled, and emerging products pushed to the forefront to meet changing demand. Amidst the uncertainty and chaos, one thing is for sure: the decisions IT leaders make now will have a significant impact on how their organizations weather the months ahead. As transformation partners in the software space, we've seen first-hand the impact this pandemic has had on our clients, as several have reached out for guidance in their unique challenges. While many businesses have suffered from a sudden drop in demand, there seems to be an equal strain on organizations whose demand has risen too quickly, as consumers now demand technology that has not been prepared at scale. If your gameplan has changed, funding has dropped, or have new plans to be accelerated, consider the following recommendations to maximize your business impact. Not sure where to start? The Veracity Gameboard may offer some ideas and perspective.
Veracity Supports AWS Transformation at Large Value-Based Healthcare Provider
by Scott Heffield, Veracity VP of Innovation and Solution Delivery
The shift from a project to product-centered team structure has become a major point of focus for corporations in digital transformation. Through many years as an Enterprise Product & Agile Coach for organizations like Target and US Bank, Amy Walters has seen first-hand the positive impact of the project-to-product transformation.
Have you identified your game plan for 2020? While most IT leaders have a plan for what they hope to achieve, many underestimate the time it will take to get there. What if we could help you accelerate your existing IT strategy?
Last week, over 24,000 attendees joined at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City for the Silicon Slopes Tech Summit 2020. From the sponsorship arena to the standing room only software development track, here’s what Veracity was up to at the event.
As you sit down to plan the year ahead, have you taken time to consider what the experts are foreseeing for 2020? Near the end of last year, Gartner released a series of predictions for business and technology in the months to come. While these predictions or trends are not meant to change the course of your IT game plan, they can be useful to identify gaps in your current strategy and offer new insight on ways to refine.