When you implement Varasset, you have the opportunity to automate and improve your business processes and workflows. You need to change your out-of-date practices, yet too much change during a project can introduce risk. What is the right balance?
Our consultants have years of industry experience helping our customers define their goals and adapt industry standard “best practices” to their specific situation. We’ve refined our implementation method by carefully studying our projects over many years. We’ve learned that constant communication is key to project success, even when it involves delivering difficult, honest messages.
What is a “Best Practice”?
You’ve probably attended presentations where consultants in nice suits suggest there is a (very expensive) secret formula or complex set of code standards can optimize your organization. Is it really that simple?
Best practices are really about common sense. Workflows can be optimized and codes adopted, but it’s essential to accommodate the size, core goals and practical limitations of your organization. Other consulting and software firms deliver PowerPoints, consume millions in consulting fees, and leave the customer without a workable solution.
We deliver practical, workable solutions, then stand behind our work. Our consultants ask the right questions and help your team decide the best way to improve your processes, within your budget. We stick with you until you succeed.
One size does not fit all. That’s why we built Varasset with the flexibility to adapt to your needs.
Where to Focus?
- Have realistic expectations
- Prioritize the processes that offer the most benefit
- Know your risks and organizational weaknesses
- Establish benchmarks and goals
- Measure the results and be prepared to revise
What to Avoid?
- Any consultant who tells you this isn’t difficult
- Over-adoption of complex standards
- Any process that can’t be easily used in day-to-day operations