There’s an old saying that goes: “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” This definitely rings true for technology today! Have you ever met with a vendor and needed a thesaurus to translate what they were saying? Us, too. For whatever reason, those of us in tech feel the need to over-complicate in order to prove our value. Imagine this: you go to the doctor for a diagnosis and the doctor says, “You have synchronous diaphragmatic flutter.” You’d
The Challenge The client has a service offering capable of delivering great value to their customers. Many of their customers, however, opt not to consume the service. There is a subset of customers who are heavy consumers. Implementation of the service requires upfront investment of time and effort by the customer.
The Solution Wholestack Solutions mapped out consumption patterns for the client. This gave them the information to formulate value propositions and messaging, r
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We’re probably dating ourselves in referencing LL Cool J’s song, and, no– that’s not a typo. Your but (one ‘t’) is getting in the way. What do we mean? IT is often seen as the department of ‘no.’ It’s not that we’re actually saying ‘no’ to every request– so why the bad reputation? Think about how often you find yourself in a meeting where you’re being asked if something is possible. The typical IT answer is, “Yes, but…” and then we go on to list all of the associated challeng
The Challenge To support the high performing, always-on needs of its new multi-use facility, the customer required a partner who understood how to implement next generation network and security services. To meet its construction timeline, the customer needed a partner who could overcome delays and adapt to stay on schedule.
The Solution After evaluating the capabilities of several providers, the customer selected Wholestack Solutions because of technical capabilities and its