In today’s installment of our Case Study series, we’re
exploring how a successful team migration can move your organization past
productivity roadblocks. (Missed the first of this series? You
can find it here.)
A financial services firm’s aging technology infrastructure
was hindering the advancement and productivity of the business, leading to a
need to migrate from legacy systems to modern, service-oriented systems.
The staff did not have the competency to support the modern
systems. The company had to make a decision, whether to lay off staff—and lose
the intellectual property—or hire new staff, without the domain knowledge.
Recognizing the loss in intellectual property was too significant, the company
determined that the most cost-effective solution was to migrate the technology
Working with the financial services firm’s internal training
organization and Office of Architecture, DevelopIntelligence developed a team
migration strategy for over 300 technical staff members.
Using our “Evaluate, Architect, and Construct”
process, we were able to design a strategy that blended the competencies,
capabilities, and productivity required for a successful, cost-effective
30 days after the team migration plan was put into place,
the financial services firm was able to begin execution of the plan, running
nearly 100 people through the program in less than a quarter. Today, the firm
is on its way to migrate the remaining staff to successfully support the
Is your organization experiencing roadblocks due to aging
technology? Contact our consultants today, at (877) 629-5631 or via email, to discuss how we can
help you hurdle those blocks through a customized, effective, and efficient
learning solution. Learn more about our approach to team migration on our website.
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