Is Your Business Maximizing IT?

Many businesses realize that IT is critical to their success but may be unsure how to identify the best solutions for the organization. Michael Curry uses  proven methodologies to identify inefficient processes, then introduces non-disruptive solutions that efficiently generate increased profits. Learn more about consulting services offered.

The PROFIT Methodology for Adopting IT

  • Primary revenue areas first
  • Recognize inefficient practices
  • Optimization estimate equals budget for initiative
  • Find solutions and analyze impact
  • Implement highest ROI features first
  • Transition processes to new systems

Contact Michael to learn how the PROFIT methodology can help your business

Client Results From IT Adoption

Technology has become the competitive advantage for every small to medium business that competes in a global economy. Working with Michael, clients who adopted IT in core business processes have realized benefits such as:

  • Increased profitability
  • Decreased processing time
  • Improved quality of services
  • Increased customer satisfaction
  • Streamlined operations
  • Reduced errors
  • Decreased on-hand inventory

Consulting Services

Services fall under one or more of the following categories, although no two engagements are ever the same:

1.Information Technology Initiatives.
2.Business Process Reengineering.
3.eBusiness

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eBusiness Project ManagementNothing is more perilous than shepherding a technology project to completion. The fact that most technology projects do not end up delivering what they promised, are over budget or late should be motivation enough for any small business to carefully consider how the project will be managed before committing their hard-earned cash.
Successful eBusiness Project Management

This article describes proven techniques to help ensure the success of your project, such as:
  • Setting a budget
  • Monitoring progress
  • Customer centered scenarios
  • Dealing with scope creep
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Modeling Systems in UMLSystems are a combination of hardware, software and peripherals collectively working in an environment where together they fulfill a need of those who use the system. Because there are often many intangible components, it is difficult to create an accurate representation or model of complex engineered IT systems.

This tutorial explains how to create UML diagrams of IT systems in language any business analyst will find easy to read and understand.