Recorded July 24, 2015 A conversation about Demand Management between TAC president Peter Schay and TAC expert Patrick Savard, who consults with Fortune 500 businesses…
We still have only twenty-four hours in a day, seven days in a week, and to-do lists that continue to grow. Large companies get around many time limitations by buying more time in the form of employee man-hours, but not all of us can afford to do this.
Traditional advisory services companies are not really advisory companies; they are research companies. They don’t give actionable advice, they provide “forward-looking information” based on research and the past performance of clients and other companies. In other words, they are in the “past and future” business.
EaaS leverages a “knowledge cloud”: a network of practicing IT professionals who provide information, advice, performance management and measurement, and professional and organizational development expertise. EaaS uses the best of the “-as-a-Service” framework, providing scalable, on-demand services with high quality, low cost, and rapid delivery.