State of the art is a journey, not a destination. The pace today is fast and furious. And everyone wants to go along for the ride.
At the end of 2009, 5% of the world’s population owned smartphones. Four years later that figure jumped to 22%. Currently, 1.7 billion people are on social networks. Over the next three years, that audience will surpass 2.55 billion. By 2020, 5 billion people will enter the middle class and come online, while 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet, creating a digital network of virtually everything.
It's difficult to foresee what tools you will need for technology-based projects and process improvement programs in the years ahead. Moreover, it's challenging to integrate today's innovation with yesterday's legacy systems - to protect your investment and keep the software working efficiently.
That's where we come in.
A Well-Travelled Partner
Source 360 Group, Inc. is an an Enterprise Software Solutions Consulting Firm well known nationwide for simple, intelligent, business-driven technology solutions that streamline workflow processes, improve productivity and maximize return on your technology investment. Since our founding, we have delivered successful business-process and technology solutions for clients in business, industry, government and education. Our overarching goal is to help customers develop - and maintain - a technology roadmap to get where you want to go and realize your plans regardless of the inevitable challenges that surface along the way.
A Road-Tested Approach
Developing enterprise software is like taking a trip over unfamiliar terrain for which no map yet exists. You know where you are to start and you know the outcome you intend. You have known knowns, known unknowns and what you'll learn as you go. Source360 takes an agile approach which means you don't need to predict every twist and turn. You have a driver who intelligently responds to the evolving situation. Here's how we work:
I think frugality drives innovation, just like other constraints do. One of the only ways to get out of a tight box is to invent your way out.