Many companies treat technology as a necessary tool to get tasks done but many fail to realize that technology can be an enabler to success. NeoMaverick can help your company use technology to maximize your company's potential while reducing costs. Aligning a strong technology strategy with your business plan positions technology as an enabler rather than just a tool.
- Technology and Application Selection
- As your business grows, your technology needs will
change. We can help you determine which technologies are
available to solve your business needs as well as how to
leverage your existing technology
to reduce costs and complexity in your company.
- Technology Roadmaps - Many
companies' technology needs start out small and low cost.
However, over time, as your company grows, technology
costs tend to increase. We can help you determine the right
plan for your technology needs now and in the long
term. We help you maximize your use of technology so you
reduce your costs over time by helping you select the
right technology at the right time. This could mean
buying smaller, cheaper technology in the beginning with
a plan to replace it as you grow or determining the
right scalable solution up front to reduce replacement
costs down the road.
- Technology Policies and Procedures
- Even small organizations are held to certain
compliance standards that can be daunting to those that
have never managed technology. Compliance issues such as
PCI, HIPAA, and FISMA can create big headaches when
managing your technology. NeoMaverick can help alleviate
these pressures by working with you to create policies
and procedures across the organization that will ensure
you maintain compliance. Even if you are not concerned
about compliance issues, good policies and procedures
help an IT organization run more smoothly and you will
have fewer issues as your organization grows.
- Development Life Cycle - Often, companies
need custom development to solve
specific needs. However, many companies do not know
where to start and how to maintain it when completed. Many times, contract firms will develop a system
and hand it over to you. Later you want additional
changes made to the application but the original
developer is not available. Who do you call? How will
the new contractor access the system? Who owns the code?
Where is it stored and managed? We can provide you with
a plan and model that will answer all of these questions
and identify the right development technologies for your