Technology Implementation Leads to Organizational Efficiency
Discover how a global energy company with offices throughout the US, Europe, Middle East, and Asia-PAC digitize process to drive down costs and increase employee productivity
This organization had various products that were being sold and leased to the Oil & Gas industry. With 36 product lines and employees located globally, this organization needed to find a way to integrate their data platform into their process environment to improve customer relationships, efficiency, and employee productivity.
Tridius took the approach of starting with an assessment to observe the daily management of product orders and delivery. They discovered that while the organization had a robust ERP system in place, employees had to manually log equipment and search through a lengthy list of forms to receive and deliver equipment. Knowing that this process needed to be consolidated, Tridius suggested the idea of integrating their forms through SharePoint, giving all employees – worldwide- a digitized method for processing interactions with applications and customers.
SharePoint and Microsoft Azure Cloud were leveraged to support an infrastructure that would streamline internal employee and customer communication and bolster organizational productivity across the globe. Forms were moved from a manual to digital process, reducing employees process time and eliminating the need for additional headcount.
A scalable technology platform, coupled with digitized processes have now given this organization the ability to expand their reach and strengthen the relationships they have in place.
Matt is President & CEO of Tridius.
He’s head of Digital Transformation, People First Strategy, our Advanced Cloud Solutions Powered by Microsoft Azure.
Matthew has been in the information technology industry for 25 + years and served numerous leadership capacities including CEO. Previously, Matthew was a member of the original launch team for Fandango.com and functioned as program manager navigating multiple stakeholder interests including investors, theaters chains, content suppliers and the software development teams.
Matthew also served as the CIO for Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst where he was responsible for IT strategy, enterprise applications and building a global service delivery team.
During challenging transitional periods for companies, Matthew has stepped in on an interim basis to fill the role of CIO, CTO, and CEO for technology, medical, financial and commercial real estate companies.