Top Current Disruptions

The truth is, change will neither stop nor slow down. Huge emerging technology drivers are opening up new markets and business models. This in turn creates more new data that can help us understand, accelerate, and advance your business. We want to take this opportunity to visit our rather biased concepts to give you a greater insight into our thought process as a company. Our hope is for you to take these lessons learned and come away with a better understanding of our continuing research into future cultural, business, and technological change.

“Business flux” has not been as fluid since the Industrial Revolution or the Great Depression. This is especially true in science, engineering, and information technology, and as a company we focus on disruptions to the information lifecycle. This is our focus because there will always be disruptors to the business process, so we strive to help you stay ahead of these changes.

There are really only a few management choices to make concerning these disruption:

  • Lead and Bleed with risky investments in new concepts in hopes of ending out ahead
  • Slow down and hope the hype passes, things remain the course
  • Adapt in measured way balancing your existing investment and newer concepts.

A Table to Help Explain Things

Below you can find Xentity’s semi-annually updated picklist of topics disrupting decisions, projects, product plans, and service

Market DriversBusiness Model ImpactsData and the Board RoomTechnology Disruptors
    • User Info Consumption Patterns Rapidly Changing
    • Change Drives you, not vice-versa
    • Behind on Time to Market
    • Short-Term Policies & Budgeting Nightmares
    • 24-hour Transactions
    • Life Events
    • World Generation Doubling for first time in a single generation
  • Local workforce pool lacking needed skill set
    • Knowledge Business Models
    • Shared Services
    • Geospatial Enabling and Integration
    • Tethered Mobile Workforce
    • Workforce Brain Drain
    • Dysfunctional Organizational Development
    • CRM Sales Force
    • Social Media
    • More Horizontal Services as Utility
  • (i.e. Cloud, Financial, Health)
    • Supply Chain needs Data Lifecycle efficiencies
    • Data Analysis by Paralysis
    • BigData Hype
    • Moving data to Semantic Web
    • Need intelligent way to deliver and digest data
    • Crowdsourcing
    • Open Data
  • Data “Black Hole” force
    • Cloud Migration
    • Aging or Misaligned IT Portfolio
    • Multiple IT Transformation Efforts
    • Wrong IT Footprint
    • Lacking IT Business agility
    • Moore’s Law Too Fast?
    • Machine Learning (Think Google)
  • Designing for Mobility

This Is Where Xentity Focuses – On Your Next Transformation

Our belief is that organizations need a way to drive, manage, and stay with or ahead of change. The goal of this is to be leaders or relevant in their respective fields, industry, or market. This is true whether it is market-driven, business-driven, data-driven, or tech-driven.

We hope this has given you a better insight into our company’s thought processes. We take the lessons learned of past enterprise and world experiences, and our trained, informed consultants use our authored, proven open-methodologies to analyze our continuing research into future cultural, business, and technological change.

One Last Table To Close Things Out

Our Corporate FluffReal-World Translation
We think big on change, while changing small bits at a time. This allows us to dream with big business ideas while grounding in cultural, operational and technical transition. Our work shows we work on the scale of a large conglomerate and federal contracts, and also stay fresh by supporting small functions and agile, tandem iterations towards new designs, governance, etc.Meaning, many high-tech consultants sell implementations as their primary objective. Our primary objective is the design first to assure any investment still makes sense, adds value, is affordable. Our concepts are noted in architecture concepts, Data Science Research Concepts, Integrated Change Management Concepts, and Our concepts are biased towards the next “generations” concept
We support executives transform their visions into action. From shortening lines at airports, to shortening college loan app times down to minutes instead of weeks, to making hidden geospatial data into frontline services.We align to what you want to be based on drivers, possibilities, pragmatism, timing, resources, and then examine workforce, automation, and product roadmaps. We do this through our guiding Line of Sight concept that guides our Architecture Methods. Also, we tell you what can be done, buying back risk early, in near, mid, and long order.
We are growing partners. We trust in our selected partner relationships, so we share and train partners our shared experiences in corporate knowledge, skill, and business. Furthermore, we build lasting strategic relationships with our handpicked sub-contractors as they bring unique niche skill sets. Sure, its compete one-day, collaborate the next, but ultimately, being on similar pages allows our partners and us to deliver value to our clients.We believe our bottom line is based on your bottom and top line. So, we put yours first.

We find the best way to get your solutions in place, even when that means bringing more Xentity Partners to table to assure the right value is added at the right time.

We share our concepts and supporting assets openly. Also, we want to focus on our clients, and our “intellectual property” is shared with the world. Xentity co-authored the Methodology for Business Transformation at the Dept of Interior which has been the core asset input into the Federal Segment Architecture Methodology (FSAM) at the U.S. President’s Office for Management and Budget (OMB).Our methods in Architecture Method Overview, for example, is world recognized for its way of connecting executive direction with current and target investments in information lifecycle.  We are active voting participants in multiple approach, concept, methodology, and standard industry bodies that govern, educate or help improve industry success. We share and train on approaches, standards, methods, templates, etc.