Digital Transformation projects rely heavily on enabling new delivery channels and business functions, leveraging the Internet, smart mobile devices, extended enterprises, Big Data and Machine Learning to generate increased profits from an extended audience while reducing or completely eliminating the inconvenience and cost of manual procedures.
For most companies, offering the proper user experience across all the digital channels is key to competing in the new economy.
Cassa di Compensazione e Garanzia (CC&G), part of the London Stock Exchange Group, is the clearinghouse responsible for all the italian transactions involving derivates, cash equity and government bonds.
In the photo below, you can see how CC&G uses Alignia in a great command center in Rome to get visibility on their critical business services and processes of the stock markets.
Discover how the new Alignia helps prevent and detect problems in critical Business processes. Meet John, Service Delivery Manager for STP Booking process in a private bank, the challenges he faces and how Alignia helps to solve them.
After the previous posts about the problems in quotations or selling insurance policies, and how they were resolved thanks to Alignia, James, the CIO, realizes the importance of processing the customer’s requests without any complication.
In this issue: “The process of issuing insurance policies… with total control”
After the great problems James experienced in the two previous issues of this story, at last we have the long-awaited happy ending. In this post, written by Carlos Lopez, Vertical Strategy Manager of Tango/04, James knows how Alignia can help him control the policy management service at his company.
Click here to read the first part of the story, and here to read the second one, if you haven’t done it yet.
Read the continuation of the posts written by our guest blogger, Carlos Lopez, Vertical Strategy Manager at Tango/04 and monitoring expert with over 10 years of experience in the IT area. Carlos will tell the story of James, a CIO at an insurance company, and will show some of the challenges he faces every day. This is the second issue of: Insurance Policy Management.
Click here to read the first part of the story, if you haven’t done it yet.
Dan Burger, from IT Jungle, a technology specialized media group, provides his opinion about Alignia and what it offers to the IBM i community on an interesting article.
The article also explains how Tango/04 takes the approach of managing infrastructure according to business needs and the importance of aligning IT and Business, including the opinion of Raul Cristian Aguirre, CEO of Tango/04.
Read the following post by our guest blogger, Carlos Lopez, Vertical Strategy Manager at Tango/04 and monitoring expert with over 10 years of experience in the IT area. Carlos will tell the story of James, a CIO at an insurance company, and will show some of the challenges he faces every day.
Read the following post by our guest blogger, Laurie LeBlanc, Sr. Account Executive at Tango/04. Laurie has more than 15 years in the software industry, helping IT departments to develop, define and propose projects that improve their businesses.
Make it about the Business
That’s the key to selling your IT projects. You have to make it about the business. If the project that you are proposing can save money, increase sales or improve productivity, then you can most likely get someone on board. Your monitoring project shouldn’t be any different.