Wireless Communications Corporation
One of the largest global telecommunications/wireless companies was evaluating their tech organization in efforts to optimize their business processes.
The client identified that they were utilizing the majority of their tech resources in supporting the business with day-to-day administrative operations rather than to deliver impactful business solutions.
To kick start their journey, a new EVP in Technology was brought on board to build a brand new data warehouse that was going to provide business intelligence reporting that would drive value within the business. The mindset was to use the data collected as a differentiator for the business to utilize as a key decision maker. With the scope of the project, there was an eminent need to generate a team for the reporting and BI build of these systems.
The client partnered with Curate to provide the consultative direction and support needed to proceed with the overall transition. We curated and onboarded 22 contractors made up of Project Managers, Business Analysts, QA’s, Developers and more were filled by Curate. The team was able to deliver the project on time, with minimal guidance while staying within the allocated budget.
Project delivery provided end-to-end reporting solutions that resulted in greater operating efficiency and ultimately a reduction in costs for resources.
Gained Competitive Advantage
With greater capability to analyze performance and competitor data, client gained a competitive advantage in the market.
Streamlined Internal Projects
The details of the business intelligence model included workflow reporting that streamlined all internal project tasks leaving more bandwidth for customer relations.
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