Warwick, R.I. – Thursday, September 28, 2017—Since officially opening its doors in May, Trilix has been inspiring business leaders to start having dialogue around the dangers of maintaining and leveraging archaic, siloed and inefficient processes and systems. On Sept. 21, the application development and systems integration firm united more than 65 business professionals around this topic at its VIP Launch Party, an event that welcomed existing and potential Trilix clients, partners and community members.
“The phrase ‘We just can’t get out of our own way’ is not unique to certain types of organizations,” says Trilix CEO and Founder Tim Hebert. “Conversely, all organizations—no matter their industry, revenue or size—allow broken systems and incomplete processes to become their norm, a decision that has harrowing implications on profitability, performance and productivity. As leaders, we need to start actively exploring how our organization can do better. In so doing, we can pave the way to transformation.”
During the event, Trilix dove deeper into the consequences businesses face when they continue operating as is, including the fact that:
- Employee disengagement soars, with only three in 10 US employees feeling they have the proper materials and equipment to do their work right, according to the Gallup 2017 State of the American Workplace Report
- Process and system problems become exacerbated due to macro trends like cloud and the digitization of the enterprise
- End user adoption comes to a screeching halt when employees don’t believe in an organization’s technology or processes
Trilix empowers clients to reach a heightened level of workplace excellence by tackling process and systems challenges. The company offers differentiated services across: business process and workflow analysis, application development, systems integration, user adoption and consulting and advisory services.
Following the event, attendees were encouraged to pinpoint their No. 1 challenge and set up a meeting with their peers to outline a plan for affecting positive change. Obstacles could include:
- Disparate, siloed systems
- Death by spreadsheets
- Single keeper of company knowledge
- Stalled, or not yet started, application development
- Money being hemorrhaged due to inefficiency
“I have enormous respect for the folks who are building Trilix,” said David C. Marble, CEO OSHEAN, Inc. and event attendee. “We see the market as they do, and I know they understand my business. More and more companies like ours rely on automation and integration to improve workflows and provide business visibility as our systems and projects become more complex.”
Trilix is a consulting firm helping clients reach breakthrough growth. Trilix helps mid-market organizations strengthen their approach to strategy, execution and culture so they can achieve dynamic, lasting transformation. Made up of a team of senior-level strategists, innovators, developers and trailblazers, Trilix helps clients drive favorable business outcomes.
To learn more, please visit trilixtech.com.