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Eric Evans

Eric Evans

Eric has spent his career leading large client-consultant teams, managing multi-year engagements, budgeting, estimating, and recruiting to the needs of his clients. Currently, he oversees day-to-day operations to support the growth and add to the bottom line of Omni. He has worked with multiple Fortune 500 clients with a focus towards bringing business value to all levels of the organization. In addition to being a dynamic leader, Eric has been a manager or people, an architect, a programmer, a project manager, a steel salesman and a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division of the United States Army.

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7 questions to ask before building your custom software product

Software Development Software

You're starting to build software for your organization. It's a big project and you've got a lot of ideas about how it will work, who it will serve and how you want it to look. It's an exciting time but before you go any further, it's time to stop and ask yourself some important questions. Software and custom app development is all about specifics. Before you even start, you need to know exact details about what and who you're designing the software for and why you're designing it. Otherwise you risk wasting time, money and resources on software that isn't a good fit for the job you want it to do. Luckily, it's easy to properly vet your idea. Stop right now and ask yourself these seven questions:

5 Reasons a Technology Consulting Company is Indispensable For Your Business

Staffing Software Development Project Management

From IT strategy, to software development, to basic technology staff augmentation, technology consultants provide a lot of value for an organization. Technology consultants can play a huge role in your organization — they can fix major issues or help you create a strategy that will shape your IT infrastructure for years to come— or they can play a small role, lending a hand when your organization needs one or offering staff development. Technology consultants are also increasingly in demand; a recent survey found that 50 percent of CFOs say they plan to bring in outside consultants in the next 12 months to help with their business systems. Why because they need "experienced professionals with hard-to-find, specialized skills," according to the survey. Why do you need to engage a technology consulting company? And what do you need to know before you even contact them?

Are you feeling disappointed by your business’s technology? Here are 6 reasons to call an IT consultant.

Staffing Software Cloud

You've invested a lot in your technology but it's not working out the way you were hoping. The software or infrastructure you were sold was supposed to solve all your business's problems — things were supposed to get easier for you and your employees. But what seemed like a good idea when you were making that purchase, has turned into a hassle and now you are seriously considering kicking your IT to the curb and starting over. Hold on right there because we have good news and bad news.

If You’ve Invested in Data, You Need to Consider IBM’s Watson

AI Big Data Data Management

Organizations are drowning in data right now. This data is coming from all kinds of sources. It's generated by consumer surveys, sensors on smart objects, your CRM, consumer behavior on websites — every business is generating more data than ever before. In fact, according to IBM, every day, worldwide, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is created and it's only going to increase. For example, one big data generator, the Internet of Things (IoT), is still in a period of growth. The International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide predicts that worldwide IoT spending will surpass the $1 trillion mark in 2020.

What Is Data Governance? Here's What You Need to Know.

Data Management Software Development Application Development

Have you ever been part of a large corporate IT project that got all kinds of attention during implementation and launch, only to die on the vine a few months later? Many companies don't need to look past their own web site. Everyone pays attention to it in the design phase. Everyone wants a say in how the home page looks. Every department wants a chunk of home page real estate. And no one will turn down a fist-bump or beer when it launches.

In Over Your Head With Your Database? Here are 5 Signs It's Time to Go NoSQL.

Big Data Analytics Data Management

You've got database drama. You've tuned and tuned, but your queries are still taking forever, and when they come back, they're not returning great results. You have to do something, but what? Denormalize? Change your schemas? Buy a bigger server? If you've already done everything you can possibly do already, you know none of those steps is the right solution. The problem may be that you're using the wrong tool for the job.

Is Healthcare Ready for a Big Data Revolution?

Data Management Big Data Healthcare Analytics

Compared to other industries, Healthcare has been slow to adopt big data, for a variety of reasons. Hospitals’ budget priorities, medical records spread across various institutions, and concerns about data security have all acted as barriers to adoption.

What Is Decision Modeling, And Why Do You Need It?

Big Data Analytics Data Management

Decisions, decisions. Nothing is more stress-inducing — particularly in business, where decision-makers are often under pressure to act quickly— than having to make a big decision. 

What Minimalism Can Teach About Creating an MVP

Software Development Design

Minimalism.