Wired-mag meets Martha Stewart in a logo.
We are a consultancy that helps companies transform their business into the digital era.
Basically, this is what we do: First we ensure that our customers have a clear-cut vision of the future of digital work. Then we help them choose the best technology platforms, products and service providers. Then we supervise the needed ict-projects so that everything goes smoothly. Lastly we take care that the whole organization buys in the change.
So we do no coding or sell no products. We serve as a independent layer above both the big ict-service providers like SAP, IBM and smaller product companies like Dropbox, Evernote and help our customers build a truly effective work environment that increases motivation and productivity.
This quote sums up pretty well the problem that our customers are facing:
"When a 12-year-old can gather information faster, process it more efficiently, reference more diverse professionals, and get volunteer guidance from better sources than you can at work, how can you pretend to be competitive? Hack work, and embrace the others in your midst who care enough to do so."
- Thomas Friedman, The DIY Economy, New York Times, December 2009
Tag words for this project:
hacking work, agile development, cloud computing, future office, social technology, smart systems, seamless services, crowdsourcing, productivity