Continuous focus on emerging technologies to build COE
eJAmerica makes investment in building COE for Emerging technologies startling from ServiceNow, SFDC to Splunk, Tableau, MongoDB, AWS etc. eJAmerica focuses exclusively on developing forward-thinking services, and channels. While selcting such technoloiges for COE we work with a wide variety of industry experts. Our advisers to the board include many retired CIO’s, CTO’s and industry experts.
We are proud to be acquainted with all these leaders. We can easily deploy management consultation for our customers burning needs to bring focus and clear direction.
Business Intelligence & Big Data Analytics Focus
eJAmerica focuses exclusively on developing forward-thinking Business Intelligence (BI) services, and channels the growing power of Big Data with our proprietary methodology.
Today, traditional methods of obtaining and analyzing information can only take your enterprise so far. Our BI focus originates from the realization during eJAmerica’s infancy that the chaotic world of accessible, real-time data could be reorganized, analyzed, and leveraged in a revolutionary way to help your organization make more educated as well as proactive decisions. We’ve consciously evolved our practice over several years by investing in education and technology, and by recruiting several leading consultants and thought leaders within the elite field of Business Intelligence and Big Data Analytics.
Extensive Consulting Experience
eJAmerica’s experts can assist your enterprise from the strategy and planning phase through implementation across leading technologies and many industries. Our management consultants, business analysts, data architects and engineers are experts in the field and leverage their collective knowledge gained in over 500 projects that have helped enterprises increase their value and competitive edge.
Unmatched BI & Big Data Expertise
eJAmerica Principals make it a priority to share their BI expertise. The scope of untapped potential regarding Business Intelligence and Big Data Analytics is huge, and eJAmerica recognizes that its contributions in the field combined with important lessons learned along the way may offer tremendous value as an educational tool for other enterprises. On this topic, founding Principal Juan Pacheco states, “Big data solutions are expensive and complex propositions. Organizations can’t afford not to leverage the experience of people who have been there and done it successfully.” Other notable eJAmerica Principals have published ground-breaking books and articles on the subject of BI and Big Data Analytics and are well-known as thought leaders in the space.
Analytics Solutions for 2018 and Beyond
With a lot of interest from organizations that are looking at different ways to leverage data, many of eJAmerica’s engagements have evolved into what calls a more “data-centric” business management consulting approach. In essence, clients who’ve experienced measurable success with their existing BI and Big Data solutions are starting to envision how to generate additional revenue or operational efficiency from that data, acquiring and integrating new data sources to create new products and services, and new markets to drive sales. “This is where eJAmerica excels … we act as a liaison between business and IT departments to help enterprises discover and exploit strategic opportunities hidden in data that is yet to be realized through normal use cases,”
Expand Globally, Deliver Locally
We are very committed to expand our business across the globe for delivering the best of know how that we established over a period. Our thought process is to apply the global knowledge to enhance capabilities across the globe while hiring, training and retaining local talents for delivery.
Stop for a moment and study how much of the clothing you’re wearing was made in the United States. The answer for clothing will probably be none, although it may a USA brand. Gap, Nike and Levis use global contract manufacturers and emphasis on design and marketing. The computer or smartphone you’re using to watch this video was likely assembled in Asia, even if USA based IT experts designed the hardware and software and Intel built the chips. For Car, To “Buy American” now, you could reasonably choose Toyota, which has 12 U.S. factories employing over 30,000 workers in the U.S. The economy is global in every sense of the word, and becoming more so every day.
We develop this sensitivity in our customers and employees. As hard as it may be to do, a global perspective must be included in business. But you cannot ignore local culture while delivering. We must expand our production ideas to other parts of the world for economies of cost, whether labor or scale. We will focus on the global market for growth, but we will deliver locally. We have established best of breed practices for determining the ideal services or products for each region – what can be shared across the globe versus what can be sourced or developed from the local market.
In today’s global environment it is wise to have some internal competency in the use of global issues, whether in information technology, business process outsourcing, marketing, production or finance. The use of a good country or regional risk analysis (economic and political) can assure the proper investments and the ability to achieve continued success.
Changes in local currency and tax laws can be challenging for the legal & finance team. Along the way, there will always be surprises. Understand local traditions, practices, do’s and don’ts. In some cultures, same sexes holding hands is a sign of respect in many cultures, it does not mean the same as in Caliornia. Failure to being aware of cultural habits can “kill” a business relationship or destroy a product offering before it even gets started. Understanding and success, as it happens, go hand in hand.
We think globally but deliver locally. At the same time, we share those are uniquely qualified to share across the globe from a central delivery center.