RI Inno, July 28, 2020 – When the coronavirus pandemic hit the economy in March, CEOs of small- and medium-sized businesses were thrown into the deep end. All of a sudden, they had to deal with employees working from home, security issues and, in general, the rapid acceleration of digital trends.
By now, many have likely realized that when the coronavirus eventually subsides, the business world they knew is going to look very different. It’s certainly a lot to process.
Luckily, a Rhode Island technology consulting firm thinks it can help these businesses bear the burden and plan for the difficult road ahead.
Trilix, which offers advisory and coaching, business intelligence and technology solutions, recently launched the Trilix Executive Academy to help support CEOs as they prepare to face the new world.
While the academy is a paid program, Tim Hebert, CEO and founder of Trilix, said that after seeing all the devastating ways the coronavirus impacted small- and medium-sized businesses, the company really wanted to offer solutions to help these companies move forward.
“How are they going to be more successful and how can they turn the corner and pivot?” Hebert told Rhode Island Inno. “We fundamentally believe a lot of the things they did to get to where they are will not work going forward. They are going to have to make shifts and changes to their business model, to their strategies and to the way they work with their clients.”
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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.