The CEO of a global offshore drilling contractor was concerned with the ability to retain qualified resources. Inadequately staffed crews would jeopardize contract fulfillment and dissatisfied personnel would reduce quality of service. The CEO recognized an immediate need to address retention issues.
An offshore drilling company’s investors were concerned about the increase in rig incidents and the impact on safety, reputation and company value. The CEO recognized the investor’s concerns had to be addressed with major improvements to the company’s current safety and quality programs.
A publicly-traded, global Telecommunications company executed an aggressive acquisition strategy and grew their company significantly. The company’s business model became very complex with eight lines of business and operations supported by 32 disparate systems.
A publicly-traded, leading global provider of digital technology solutions implemented a new ERP system. The system intended to simplify daily processes, but the current field ticketing software was not compatible with the new ERP.
A global manufacturing company was faced with competitive challenges, causing revenue declines in strategic growth areas. Customers were demanding global visibility into product availability, pricing, positioning, and product information.
A large industrial milling and logistics company experienced significant growth; however, it was not realizing the value expected out of a major systems transition effort. The company built robust mobile sales quoting, pricing and ticketing capabilities for the customer-facing sales and operations.
A multinational agrochemical and agricultural biotech company spun off their performance chemical manufacturing division into a separate company.
A multi-billion-dollar global manufacturing company was recently acquired by one of the largest private equity firms in the world. The private equity firm appointed new executives with the hope of a complete business transformation.
An energy infrastructure firm, with a focus on terminaling services and Crude by Rail, launched an initial public offering in 2014. As a result, the firm faced an increase in regulatory disclosures and public interest, leading to a significant escalation in cyber-attacks.