Concurrency, Inc., a Microsoft National Solution Provider, announced today a new go-to-market strategy fully integrated across the theme “Digital Transformation Realized.“
Digital Transformation is using Cloud and other technologies in ways that change business operations, interactions and business models with profound impact for customers, partners, and employees. “Corporate leaders know Digital Transformation is required to exceed expectations from customers, employees and partners,” said Bill Topel, Concurrency’s Vice President–Sales and Marketing. “They know organizational demand now is constant adaptation—and they need to keep up.”
Topel said, “A company’s technology group is no longer a cost center but a partner to other corporate functions. CIOs know that they need to change over from the old model of IT (information technology) to the new model of OT (operational technology) to deliver value. What’s exciting is to see CEOs, CMOs, CFOs, and other top leaders banging the drum for technical agility to adapt to competitive pressures. Digital Transformation isn’t another multi-year project like email, web, or ERP. Rather, it’s about having a foundation that lets you adapt—and thrive—as industries change.”
Concurrency’s strategy focuses on five key areas centered around the functional needs of digitally transforming organizations:
- Analytics & Data Business Intelligence, SQL, Predictive Analytics, Big Data
- Customer Engagement
CRM, Extranets, Collaboration, B2B Solutions, Unified Communicatons
- Cloud Data Center
Identify & Device Management, Cloud Integration & Management,
- Modern Applications
Internet of Things, Mixed Reality, Cloud Applications
- Modern IT Management
DevOps and IT Services, Business Process Transformation, Governance
“Digital Transformation affects everyone in an organization,” said James Savage, Concurrency’s founder and President. “Our clients recognize they need to be thinking far beyond a single product or product category when charting their IT roadmaps. By grouping our services to match our clients five key requirements for transformational success, we fully align with their needs as well as to the messages Microsoft is bringing to organizations.”
More on each of the five key areas of Digital Transformation is available at www.concurrency.com/digital-transformation.
Summits and Educational Events
With the largest group of Microsoft MVPs (http://www.concurrency.com/landing/microsoft-mvps) of any consulting company in North America, Concurrency is committed to thought leadership and offering high-impact educational opportunities for business and technology leaders.
“One area where Digital Transformation themes are prominently visible is in our longstanding series of summits and other educational events,” said Topel. “Our goal is to help business leaders understand Digital Transformation. Whether through educational events, strategy-only engagements, or full-lifecycle projects, we are committed to helping our clients.”
Nathan Lasnoski, Concurrency’s Vice President of Solutions, said, “Our MVPs provide unique value as client-facing resources, industry thought leaders and technology evangelists.”
Read more about Concurrency’s educational events at www.concurrency.com/events.
Founded in 1989, Concurrency, Inc. is a professional services firm helping organizations throughout the Midwest realize Digital Transformation to achieve business results.
Concurrency is a multiple-time Microsoft Partner of the Year winner and has been named to both Redmond Channel Partner’s list of “Microsoft’s Top 200 U.S. Partners” and CRN’s “2016 CRN Solution Provider 500” list.
Clients choose Concurrency for its team approach, top talent, project-scoped work plans and business value. Across all technologies and business needs, Concurrency focuses on helping clients realize more value from their IT investments through creative solutions that consider people, process, and technology needs.
Concurrency has offices in Chicago and Minneapolis in addition to its Brookfield, Wisconsin headquarters. Learn more about Digital Transformation and Concurrency at www.concurrency.com.