One of a company’s most valuable assets is the information it owns. We help you organize this data more effectively, access it more easily and analyze it more thoroughly for better business decision-making. Done right, you’ll see the results appear on the bottom line..
Your business collects a ton of data. If you can’t easily access what’s most important in this pile of information, it isn’t nearly as valuable as it could be. We solve the dilemma of quantity over quality, helping you see and retrieve critical data that is buried layers deep within a system or siloed between systems.
Information overload is now inevitable in the workplace. It’s a real problem for most companies, but not insurmountable if your data is organized. Unorganized data cannot be managed effectively, nor adequately protected. We specialize in helping businesses understand what they have, how to get it in order, and how to leverage it more effectively.
There are valuable gems hiding in plain sight within your business or operational data. They reveal important answers and insight you currently don’t have. But because they’re not neatly assembled, they usually remain hidden. People don’t know how to look for them or have the technology tools to extract them. We do, and we can help you find them.
Increased knowledge gleaned from your data can lead to new customers, new business opportunities and new lanes for growth and development. Managed well, your data can turn from being viewed as a liability to a catalyst for reshaping how you do business. It’s not a small task, but it can be done in small steps where progress is easily measured.
Manufacturers face increasing pressure to innovate and improve efficiencies by further embracing technology, while at the same time keeping budgets and headcounts stable. No small task, yet the implications for improving how core data is managed are clear. Everything from squeezing further cost out of the business to strengthening ties with customers and suppliers are important for growth and competitive advantage.
Healthcare providers are being impacted in unprecedented ways by data-related mandates. Many struggle to perform their primary mission of providing quality healthcare while also having to make a myriad of administrative changes to maintain compliance. Data-driven requirements are reshaping the industry, and there is considerable frustration felt by providers who have to act but are not well prepared.
Technology advances are driving insurance agencies, CPAs and other firms to alter traditional methods of conducting business, or run the risk of becoming obsolete. Managing data effectively is now a critical success factor, and many companies are overwhelmed by the data challenges they face. When this occurs, obtaining guidance from an objective 2nd set of eyes can be a helpful first step.
When managing IT and their critical data, many nonprofits are hampered by funding challenges, a lack of in-house technical expertise, legacy systems and unsupported software, and data scattered across the organization. More than ever, technology has the potential to help nonprofits achieve their missions and become more sustainable. Yet it often remains an unwieldy burden – and shouldn’t have to.
Our goal is to develop innovative, cost-effective solutions that respond to specific business challenges you are facing – helping you to work more efficiently and more effectively, boosting productivity and often morale, too. No one can speak to the success of these efforts better than our clients, so please take a look at what they have to say about our work.
“Triple Helix provided us with tremendous value and cost savings in solving a serious operational problem caused by another vendor. They listened to our problems and solved them in both an economical and timely manner. Several minor issues we discovered with the new system were quickly and completely resolved by the Triple Helix team. Many thanks for a job well done!”
Richard Grimaldi, President Superior Rug Cleaning Corporation Business Services
“We needed a solution for workflow improvements that could support big volume increases and not negatively impact the underlying IT systems. The new system built by Triple Helix does this, completely transforming our operations and enabling us to grow confidently into the next phase of our business. They gave us the next generation hardware/software fusion we needed, and it was delivered flawlessly, on time, and within our budget.”
Steve Zank Vice President Eastern Account System, Inc.
“All customer orders, plus our internal performance matrix, is now tracked through the visual ‘whiteboard’ that Triple Helix created. It has significantly streamlined our processes and improved our accuracy. Everything that used to be difficult or impossible to access through our ERP system is now all at your fingertips on one screen that everyone can access, regardless of where they are or what device they’re using.”
Matt Tomalonis Vice President Turbine Support Services
Technical debt is a common term within IT circles but largely unheard of outside IT. This shouldn’t be the case. Accumulating too much technical debt has become a significant corporate risk that warrants senior management attention.
On October 25th at the Metro Center in Hartford, Triple Helix will join ADNET Technologies, CONNSTEP and the CT Procurement Technical Assistance Center in a panel discussion titled “Cyber-Futility: Attempting to Protect Poorly Managed Data”.