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Problems we solve

When you have a difficult “job-to-be-done” where doing it yourself (DIY) and the existing alternatives are insufficient.

At Experis Solutions, we are intensely focused on problem solving. In fact, our product design and development process is aimed at producing valuable IT products and services that solve complicated problems. We look at common IT “jobs-to-be-done,” studying them to find opportunities where our considerable domain knowledge can improve customer outcomes and reduce complexity. The products and services we offer are all designed to address a particularly challenging problem. Take a look below at some of the problems we solve.

Support Desk | B2B Website Redesign | Life Science Analytics | Software Testing | Business Analytics | Cyber Security Services | Agile Teams | Quality Improvement | Business Process Automation | Software Development | Test Automation | User Research | Game Testing | Cloud Enablement Essentials | Accel2R

Limited by inadequate remote support desk technology and locale-based teams

Keeping a support team running is no easy task. Running it entirely remotely seems fraught with risks. Trying to maintain an in-house support team from a seemingly limited pool of talent is painful.

Not enough time or expertise to redesign and manage an effective B2B website

Redesigning websites is a hassle. It is a huge time commitment. It requires specialized skills. It’s typically over complicated and burdened with an overreaching and subjective design process.

Why go through the hassle when effective B2B patterns exist and are easily reproduced in a custom design?

Insufficient data analytics expertise to drive new therapies to market

Getting therapies to market is risky and difficult. Having sufficient data analytic expertise to pour through and make sense of volumes of data requires the right information technologies. Spotting trends and opportunities requires data analysts.

The struggle to deliver quality software is real. Managing the testing, who has time for that?

Driving quality in software development is integral to an organization’s success. Managing the testing process without sufficient expertise experience and capacity is overwhelming.

You want mature business analytics but have insufficient expertise.

The pressure for greater revenue and lower costs is painful. You know that analytics on your data can help greatly. You don’t have data scientists but you need the insights now.

Staying ahead of the hackers

A Security Operations Center (SOC) will guard against costly breaches. Vulnerability assessments, penetration and social engineering testing will ensure infrastructure and applications are secure. Staying abreast of ever changing government and industry compliance requirements is challenging.

Struggling to maintain discipline in Agile teams, resulting in less than desired outcomes

The business invests in Agile training and practicing Agile methods. Maintaining the discipline over time and ingraining organizational practices is challenging, delivering mediocre results from Agile teams.

Unsure if your quality efforts are improving outcomes

Quality teams need to be able to measure their impact on customer satisfaction. Evaluating the skills of resources, tools and frameworks is important to drive maturity. Building an approach to continuous improvement will insure long-term effectiveness.

Simple unavoidable human error adds risk to business processes

Significant time and resources are spent on mundane routine tasks. The human element introduces quality issues and poor customer experiences. New strategic initiatives are stifled by existing technology gaps.

Overwhelmed trying to maintain, much less enhance customer facing systems

To plan, build or enhance software is challenging enough; however, adding arbitrary constraints often limits the feasibility of the best planned software development projects. Misaligned goals and poorly prepared backlogs create opportunity for rejected deliverables and scope creep.

Current manual approach to application testing is hindering speed and quality

Implementing test automation in an organization can be daunting.  Knowing what tools and resource skills will be needed is challenging.  Being able to build a robust, yet adaptable, test automation approach feels out of reach.

Struggling to get participants to test the user experience

Getting the user’s experience right is hard enough to design, much less finding the right people to use as testers. Make great products with critical look-a-like user feedback.

Your game testing needs to mature and you you have a gap in experience, expertise and tools.

Getting game testers to give feedback is one thing, but what about the mature side of testing? Test strategies, test automation, defect management, and performance testing?

How can you take what you've accomplished and now create a best practices, mature, center of excellence?

Uncomfortable moving to the cloud

Does your organization face cultural resistance to the cloud or lack expertise to innovate beyond a traditional data center mindset? Does your cloud strategy enable a faster and more agile set of services that promotes secure and innovative cloud-based solutions?”

You want to move to R, but your team doesn’t know it.

Huge workforce and technology investments in SAS has made it difficult to adopt new technologies. Options to learn the R programming language today aren’t aligned to the clinical and pharma industry. R is an exciting technology that is delivering time savings for clinical trial reporting. Upskilling a team from SAS to R is almost impossible with today’s learning and upskilling approaches

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