Andrey Alekseyev

Andrey Alekseyev

IT operations, process improvements, communications, system implementations, management, and strategy.

Blog Posts

So What? The Big Takeaways After Reading the Digital Transformation Report

For the CIOs’ Perspectives on Digital Transformation study, IT leaders from a wide range of industries and organization sizes were asked about the nature of their ongoing digital transformations, progress along their journeys, challenges, and more. Based on their responses and our experience with clients, we have drawn the following conclusions about the state of digital transformations in 2018.

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4 Insights You May Have Missed from the 2018 Digital Transformation Study

The buzz around “digital transformation” can make it difficult to cut through the noise. In the same search, you may discover wide-ranging recommendations from respected sources that point in opposite directions. Whose advice do you follow?

We wanted to hear directly from CIOs on how they are solving the most common problems arising from their digital journeys, so we sponsored an in-depth market study.

From the Front Line: CIOs’ Perspectives on Digital Transformations (Bennett-Frank Associates, 2018) was powered by interviews with over 50 CIOs from a broad range of industries and company sizes regarding the current state of their digital transformations.

Here are the insights that stood out the most to us:

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SIM Connect Live 2018 Conference Roundup

Did you miss SIM Connect Live in Dallas last month?  Don’t worry – we took notes.

For the 50th anniversary event, SIM put together something special for all ages and career stages. From youth groups presenting their world-class innovations to seasoned IT professionals and CIOs sharing their thoughts as they exit the industry, there was much to learn. We’ve put together a breakdown of our favorite sessions to keep you informed. (more…)

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Conquering the UAT Process: Before, During & After

User Acceptance Testing can be a daunting and frustrating experience. Too often, the exercise becomes an ordeal of tight deadlines, stress, and system issues. While UAT will always be a high-effort activity, good preparation, responsiveness, and follow-up will multiply your chances of success.

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