Insight Delivered

Problems are not solved with technology alone. It is how technology is applied that matters most.

The software industry is famous for inventing new ways to do old things. They create new acronyms to define new tools, so old problems seem like new ones. Acronyms like BI (Business Intelligence) and CDI (Customer Data Integration) are very popular in technology circles today, but they are little known to everyone else, and for good reason.

CDI tools have become the latest necessity only because of the failure of CRM (Customer Relationship Management) tools to deliver a complete view of the customer, rather than another silo of disconnected customer data.

BI software evolved out of the failure of CRM, ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and other OLTP (Online Transactional Processing) systems to deliver the necessary reporting and analytic capabilities.

While software companies continue to focus on defining new acronyms and creating new tools, we focus instead on execution. We combine domain expertise with the necessary platform and tools to deliver a complete solution that is up and running in weeks, not months or years.