Symetosphere is committed to helping our clients maximize the return on their IT investments. Our philosophy is a simple one. We show our customers the areas where the return on investment is greatest. We help implement changes in process and technology that will improve the quality of customer products and software. Symetosphere engineers concentrate on the cultural aspects of each engagement, helping to prepare corporate cultures to accept changes. Our commitment to re-use and ‘minimum path’ help our clients sustain their benefits long-term.
Symetosphere products will help you achieve maximum ROI from your efforts. You are welcome to download and use them to benefit your organization.
We do recognize that most companies will want guidance with our products to realize their goals as quickly as possible. Symetosphere engineers have an average of 20+ years experience in the IT industry. Our products are built and improved by our people, so we understand how to use them to maximize effectiveness.
Most often, we are asked to help with optimizing SDLC and other processes, and effecting organizational change. As our engineers know, the two are inextricably linked.
Symetosphere engagements start with a brief assessment phase. During this brief assessment, our engineers will examine current process and artifacts to gain an understanding of your business. We will talk with those folks who understand existing strengths and problems so that we can deliver what is asked for.
We will use your data to show you how process change and reuse will raise your ROI. Our engineers use tools that will show you where you will receive the most bang for your buck. You choose the level of change desired. We will guide you through the cultural pitfalls in order to ensure your success.
Our engineers are experts in coaching and mentoring. We will help you effect and manage your change, but we also teach you how to ‘do it yourself’. Our goal is to leave your organization with the ability to streamline your work, determine where investments are best spent, and successfully manage the changes that accompany these efforts. Your organization will sustain improvements and become an entity that constantly improves what it does.