Part II of our Design Thinking series looks at the power of this capability when combined with Rapid Prototyping and Agile. Learn how you can design, test, and deliver customer-focused products in a fast, iterative way using the project management principles you may already have in place!
Keeping up with the constantly evolving world of digital transformation is crucial for businesses to remain competitive and continue to be successful at delivering to the needs of their customers. In this week’s blog, consultant Bhavik Patel gives us some insight on how businesses can take a holistic approach to implement new technologies successfully.
Consultant Bhavik Patel shares his experience in helping clients deploy a successful mobile strategy by understanding the foundational components and the invaluable partnership and alignment between the business and technology organizations.
In this blog, consultant Jean-Marc Papin explores the digital revolution driven by innovations in financial technology and what must be considered in order for financial institutions to successfully adapt to new market trends.
From predictively queuing a show for a video subscriber to watch next to mapping the building numbers for every street in France, Machine Learning offers a viable solution. But where do you start? In this blog, Sara Showalter explains why framing the problem and selecting the right team are critical to success.
With marketplaces rapidly evolving, the data required to support decision making processes are changing at an equally breakneck pace. Is your technology delivery pipeline equipped to support the data demands of your business stakeholders? In this blog, Stephen Galloway explores how to overcome the disconnect between an organization’s data strategy and the tactical delivery capabilities that support it.
As-a-Service (aaS) models provide the ability to purchase a solution tailored to your needs rather than developing a custom capability in-house. SEI has built its business model with a focus on aaS through a foundation of experienced consultants.
Nearly every organization is faced with a common problem: getting key stakeholders to agree to and deliver a solution that achieves shared business goals. Why is there a constant disconnect between stakeholders? Often, it comes down to communication. Different stakeholders come from different backgrounds, have different measurements of success, and communicate differently. Therefore, stakeholders regularly approach a project from various angles, making it very difficult to define the project vision, tactical objectives and subsequent requirements. This process can be frustrating and can lead to either IT or the business taking control to move the project forward.