Cybersecurity in the Age of Digital Transformation

Cybersecurity in the Age of Digital Transformation

Customer experience (CX) in the utility industry is undergoing dramatic change. Customers want more access to information, more choices to access information (such as mobile and social media) and enhanced ability to manage costs. To meet this need, utility companies are striving to engage their customers using data analytics, monitoring and control in the modern ecosystem of Internet of Things...

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Michael Guckian’s Challenge Accepted Moment

Michael Guckian’s Challenge Accepted Moment

Each month we highlight a different Dare to be Great employee who embodies the Uncommon Blend or Challenge Accepted attitude that makes West Monroe Partners and everyone that works here so unique! This month, meet Michael Guckian, a Manager in our Financial Services practice, based in Los Angeles. How did you get started at West Monroe?…

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Meltdown and Spectre: What You Need to Know

Meltdown and Spectre: What You Need to Know

What does it mean when I hear about the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities? In simple terms, these vulnerabilities allow unauthorized access to sensitive memory content on computing systems that should never be allowed. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities can compromise the core system integrity and all multi-tenant users or processes on a system; think public/private clouds...

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Reflections from Behind the Desk: The War for Talent and Candidate Experience

Reflections from Behind the Desk: The War for Talent and Candidate Experience

It seems like the trend towards automation in the talent acquisition space has gotten to a point where recruiters need to be reminded we are dealing with humans. While advances in technology such as predictive analytics to help us better determine where to source and aggregators that gather social data and contact information on target candidates help us as recruiters, these tools should be...

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Why Every Salesforce Admin Should Use an IDE

Why Every Salesforce Admin Should Use an IDE

In an effort to become a more powerful Salesforce administrator, I’ve recently been knocking on the door of the developer world. You don’t need to master Apex to take advantage of developer tools. My favorite trick has been using an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to speed up manual tasks, such as creating thousands of fields in minutes. …

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A Complex Industry Demands Complex Technology Investment

A Complex Industry Demands Complex Technology Investment

Fueled by legislative and regulatory changes, hospital IT budgets – and specifically EHR investments – spiked over the last decade, outpacing overall healthcare expenditure growth.    As health systems enter the post-EHR era, leadership must weigh market forces with the following options: Cut IT spending Continue to invest in new IT solutions Address accumulated technology debt from other...

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Why I Decided to Find a New Doctor

Why I Decided to Find a New Doctor

As I sat in my dermatologist’s office for the third time in a month, I couldn’t help but think about my dissatisfaction at being there. Was it the long wait time? The boring, sterile waiting room? Or was it the unfriendly staff who clearly couldn’t care less about me? There had to be some research that explained my frustration, especially as I realized I needed to search for a new doctor’s...

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Off the Chain – Blockchain is Hot but Still Unproven

Off the Chain – Blockchain is Hot but Still Unproven

We are about 24 months into the hype cycle on Blockchain, measured by the volume of news that has started trickling out from institutional investors and software companies, as well as the recent surge of interest in Crypto Currency trading.  We are potentially looking at another 24 months from starting to see a real presence in the marketplace, so now seems like a good time to address where...

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Finding Your Operational “Needle in a Haystack”

Finding Your Operational “Needle in a Haystack”

Optimizing Processes to Increase Operational Efficiency What if every process was engineered to perfection and the term “inefficiency” didn’t exist? If that were the case, it would mean that an Industrial Engineer like myself would have A LOT of free time. But this isn’t the case for many organizations, so much of my time is spent finding small operational improvement opportunities that end up...

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