Automation is the key to successful, cost-effective SME initiatives

Subject matter experts (SME’s) drive forward the initiatives they are involved in. While it’s usually assumed that responsibility for SME’s land on the customer’s shoulders, vendor partners can and should put more into growing SME’s in an organic and scalable way. If they do, initiatives will never be put on hold or risk failure for no good reason. Automation has revolutionized a number of industry roles and SME’s are no exception. Let’s take a deeper look at how and why automation has radically streamlined consultant partnerships with SME’s.

Scaling SME’s has been a mainstay goal of innovation for a long time, and automation may finally offer the answer. Even with significant funding to their projects and expertise, if SME’s aren’t scaled correctly, their effectiveness is hamstrung.[1] Automation gives SME’s freedom to focus on problems and areas where human creativity remains essential. Metrics gathered in major projects show that automation increased both bandwidth and the quality of desired outcomes. That means a more agile, accurate, and cost-efficient team of SME’s.

But what does this automated process look like? It comes down to uniting the best that automation technology has to offer with the subject experts that already drive your initiatives. Tools that enhance and amplify the skills of current SME’s mean that analysis capabilities not only get faster and more accurate, but encourage organic growth. Furthermore, those increased capabilities guarantee scalability. Instead of an army of project managers and analysts, use accelerators alongside a smaller team for a leaner, more flexible approach. That’s key differentiation that puts businesses large and small one step ahead of the competition.

GalaxE Solutions focuses on enabling businesses via agile and cost-effective integration of people and technology. As consultants, utilizing automated accelerators allows GalaxE to accomplish with a focused few what would take others a workforce many times the size. Using tools like GxRayTMsystem analysis, GxDashTM forward/reverse engineering, and GxMapsTM dependency mapping, GalaxE can reach the same goals as a much larger group of consultants in 65% of the time and with 100% accuracy. GalaxE doesn’t just invest in projects, they invest in people. Cultivating partnerships with SME’s in functional and technical areas is step one to a successful initiative. Maximizing the output of those SME’s through their skills and expertise is what sets GalaxE apart.

Dheeraj Misra, CTO
Sandipan Gangopadhyay, President and COO

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