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How To Manage Software Exceptions

How To Manage Software Exceptions



Exceptions In Software As clients purchase a software application or begin an outsourcing experience with a service provider, the expectation is that manual processes will be transitioned to an automated solution. During the implementation, subject matter experts (SME) attempt to remove all human intervention within a process and as a result get hung up on the exceptions. It is these exceptions in a business process that all too often derail the timeline and drive initial .
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Insource or Outsource

Insource or Outsource



What is outsourcing? Having spent much of my career in the business process outsourcing world, I have a “soft spot” for the value of using an “outsourcer”. Outsourcing means a company moves a portion of their business activity to another company. There are many reasons why organizations choose to outsource. The most common driver is to reduce costs, but there are other reasons such as domain or process expertise, or to remove or shift .
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Internal Software Development – 5 Things To Consider

Internal Software Development – 5 Things To Consider



5 Things To Consider Before Creating An Internal Software Development Project There are many reasons to “home-grow” your own software solutions. It seems the largest driving factor of home grown solutions is: control. Your company’s abilities to control the software requirements, design, implementation, support and maintenance of a software solution is a very compelling advantage to home grown solutions. Control is essential when creating software that drives the mission critical aspects of your business. .
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5 Ways A CEO or Business Owner Can Reduce Costs

5 Ways A CEO or Business Owner Can Reduce Costs



5 Ways To Cut Costs and Boost Revenues In this economy, CEOs are looking to accomplish two things: increase revenue and reduce costs. For many, controlling and reducing costs is an afterthought; sometimes a distraction. Costs directly associated with revenue are typically monitored very closely. These include the cost of materials, sales, and labor. However, some costs that are associated with “running the business” such as accounting functions (e.g. payroll, A/P, A/R), human resource .
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Welcome To Our Blog!

Welcome To Our Blog!



Who We Are We at IAG Unity are excited about the opportunity we have to share our thoughts and passions centered on business process management (BPM) and our products and services. Collectively, our management team has over 80 years of experience working with companies and helping them save money and streamline their processes. We have a lot to discuss when it comes to BPM and how it plays out in real life. We plan .
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Lean and Agile Buzz Words Debunked

Lean and Agile Buzz Words Debunked



What Does Lean And Agile Mean In Business? Are you part of an organization that uses the terms lean, agile, or opportunistic for describing your business, or your processes and methodologies, but those seem more like a cover up for “business as usual”?  Are you a manager that see’s the theoretical value in the concepts of Lean and Agile, but are struggling to turn any of it into a reality for your teams?  Are .
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