A Midwestern craft brewery’s executive team determined they needed to streamline and consolidate the company’s sales data and process, so they called PSC to help them generate a plan to guide their internal team’s implementation of Dynamics CRM. Through the collaborative discovery process, the client decided to have PSC deploy CRM and the project evolved from basic relationship management to a valued field marketing and quality control system that the sales organization leverages daily to plan and execute its growth strategy.
Venerable Chicago construction firm J.C. Anderson, Inc. needed a better way to manage its new business pipeline of tenant interiors and building services projects. PSC Group created a Dynamics CRM Online revenue management tool to help J.C. Anderson, Inc. organize and prioritize the volume and velocity of new project opportunities.
Waddell & Reed works hard to attract good advisors. Their new recruiting candidate tracking system, built with Dynamics CRM by PSC Group, makes it easier to manage prospective advisor relationships.
Pabst Brewing Company was managing a maze of spreadsheets for product development projects and retail chain account service tasks. A new project hub and spoke platform designed and built by PSC Group has streamlined communications, improved productivity, and provided visibility for all who need it in sales, marketing, and product management.
Business acquisitions generate numerous challenges and implications, especially for the IT team. Issues such as multiple email domains and competing business platforms hosted both on-premises and in cloud complicates administration, maintenance, and data management and affect business objectives like customer experience and go-to-market strategy. With so many other acquisition details to manage, new employees to enable, and all on a short timeline. The client turned to PSC to address its technology requirements and Office 365 served the solution.
When one of the world’s foremost consulting and certification companies set out to upgrade their valued SharePoint based document system, they selected PSC Group for its strategic plan, experienced team, and expert auto-migration tools that improved stability and uptime, reduced licensing expenses, and included a staff development component that allowed the client team to own and manage it going forward.
Gloria Keating knows good project and process management when she sees it. She lives it every day in her role as CFO of P1 Group, one of the largest multi-specialty contractors in the Midwest. With over a thousand projects open in any given month at P1, Keating has seen both the positive effects of seamless systems as well as the cascading complications that occur in poorly-designed and executed technology solutions.
Demanding schedules unpredictable weather and work crews spread out around the country make highway building and asphalt paving challenging work as it is. And for leading heavy/highway builders like Herzog Contracting Corp., the stacks of paperwork required for projects like these can be a whole different set of challenges.
A longtime client of PSC’s had a massive series of servers worldwide that were sharing content on a CMS system built in Notes. The cumbersome nature of the system was creating content consistency problems, and users were frustrated with the interface’s many calls for authentication.
The PSC team converted Valley Fine Foods’ product formulas and recipes previously stored in spreadsheets and text documents into a searchable database, easily accessible by anyone in the company with the right credentials.