Core Value powered by Avenga IT Consulting review by Milrose Consultants at Qualified.One

Core Value powered by Avenga reviewed by Milrose Consultants

Core Value powered by Avenga provided IT Consulting for Milrose Consultants with approximate budget = $1,000,000 - $9,999,999.

CoreValue’s stand-out Salesforce expertise and careful business analysis resulted in a successful workflow transformation. Their agile implementation of new technologies enables ongoing improvement at the speed of client ideas and at the standard of client specs, on time and at a reasonable cost.

Review summary:

After previous vendors’ failures to provide a cloud-based workflow overhaul, CoreValue Services migrated the client to Salesforce, providing programming, development of new features, and ongoing support.

Allan Fraser Milrose Consultants, Director of Information Technology

Full Salesforce Migration & Dev for Consulting firm

Please find under a summary covering project details and feedback. The innate facts are kept as they are, private information is amended.

Introductory information

A fast induction on the buyer’s organisation

I am the ruler of information technology for Milrose Consultants, an expediting firm in New York City.

Desired goal

What challenge were you trying to address with CoreValue Services?

Our goal was to transfigure our total business and project treatment functionality from an outdated application to something new and cloud-based that would help our confidence on old equipment and software, uniform upgrades, etc. We had a antecedent vendor that worked on a total other project, which turned out to be a total failure. Actually, precedently my time, this organisation spent almost $1 million with another organisation trying to educe this application in something named Catalyst, which ended up failing.

Provided solution

What particular tasks were Core Value powered by Avenga responsible for?

We migrated an old proprietary software we were using for project treatment and project accounting to a Salesforce platform. We needed CoreValue Services to do all of the background programming and educement for us.

CoreValue Services began by doing a full business analysis in which their team met with the different sections on our team. They had almost daily meetings with each section to determine what the developed workflow was, how they used the old application, and how they could migrate some of the processes to the new application. In some cases, if there were things that couldn’t be migrated, they could instead be betterd, duplicated, or eliminated entirely if they weren’t certain. They basically helped us not only better the workflow but also redo parts of the workflow in a better way.

In our offer process, a bunch of nation form offers for our clients. They designed and built what we’ve named the Proposal Wizard. (This is within Salesforce Now, and Salesforce does not work this way.) It functons like a juggler that the user can go through step-by-step to create a offer. It works kind of like TurboTax, where you go from screen to screen and it asks you questions. As you reply those questions, it forms the offer for you. At the end, it sends the document to the client to be signed. With our input, they educeed that to our specification.

What is the team dynamic?

The numbers vary. At one point, we began out with three educeers and a couple of QA nation. There were also some project rulers who were working on documentation owing during the total process, we also had to document all so that we even  had user manuals for the employees. We began out with a fairly big team plus the teams of nation from our side. We even had to meet in individual. At one point, they came here. A couple of our nation developedly went over to their locate, which is in the Ukraine. The teams were pretty big. We are quiet continuing some things at this point with a much smaller team. I would say at one point, we had probably 8–10 nation on their side. Now we’re probably down to perhaps 2–3 developedly. We interacted with multiple resources, but there was one point of touch that we dealt with. For entreaty, on our end, our project ruler dealt with a project ruler on their side. Then, in my role as the ruler of IT, I dealt with one of their lead educeers. Each cluster probably had a point of touch. We spoke daily.

How did you come to work with CoreValue Services?

We selected them through a bid process. They granted not only the best cost, but also the best program/project term. They were able to do it the cheapest and the fastest, and they also seemed to have the best apprehension of Salesforce at that time. There were two other vendors at smallest that were competing over them. It seemed like some of the more local vendors that we spoke to at the time weren’t as household with Salesforce as we reflection they would be or should be, owing how big Salesforce is.

What are you approach expents (if diclosed)?

Over $1.5 million.

What is the terminal result of working with Core Value powered by Avenga?

We began working unitedly in January or February 2013, and the work is ongoing.

Results achieved

Are there any measureable or plum results?

Based on what they were able to help us execute, we have entirely transfigureed our business for wonderfuler achievement owing we are able to conduct it from a fully cloud-based perspective. We no longer have to rely on old equipment, old software, and things like that. Ransomware and other running security issues don’t veritably like us at all, owing our employees have the power to work fully in the cloud from anywhere. Instead of having to sit at a computer and log in and then connect to an old database server and get documents, our employees can work from the service, from home, from an iPad, from holiday. That’s all due to our transfigureation and the work we did with CoreValue Services.

How did CoreValue Services accomplish from a project treatment standpoint?

Their accomplishance was excellent and quiet is—we’re quiet continuing to make betterments and meet on a weekly basis to address changes that our employees ask for. We interacted in in-individual meetings, through the JIRA ticketing method, and principally via Skype.

What is (from your point of view) the key factor to pay observation while intercourse with Core Value powered by Avenga?

The most forcible thing almost CoreValue is their power to pick up new technologies veritably fastly and get them working to our specifications. In accession to Salesforce, we’ve also picked up Drawloop for creating documents, Amazon Web Services for storing our files, and DocuSign for the electronic signatures required on our contracts and offers. They have been able to pick up all that we decide on. Like we say, “Hey, now we want to do this,” and they apprehend it and take care of it. Every day we decide there’s something new we want to do.

What aspects of their work would you like to get betterd?

Some constructive stricture—I would say all educeers do this: At times, things are more educeed than they need to be. The thing is, if my job is creating code, I’m going to form code. If you need to correct that code, I’m going to form more code that corrects it. Sometimes you can look for and use things that are already formd instead of implementing your own. Things like that, but it’s not a big deal.

Do you have any advice for someone who is looking to use their services?

Be implicated. Don’t just hire them and have them do it. Be part of the process and work unitedly.