September 22, 2020
Successful adoption and change management
As organizations pivot to new realities — refining business models, adopting new technologies and adjusting to changing competitive landscapes — software teams are tasked with taking on a new vision and transforming the way they do business. “The best plans of mice and men often go awry.” Ensuring business continuity while in crisis management mode ...
April 22, 2020
The catalyst for transformation
Overnight, COVID-19 fundamentally changed the way we work. During this unique time, many organizations have had to adapt to distributed work environments quickly. While trends have long indicated the future of work would be remote, leveraging the cloud and the shelter-in-place orders around the world forced firms to adapt overnight. The change that was anticipated ...
March 17, 2020
A message from Crosslake CEO Russ Albright
To our valued clients, At Crosslake, we have a deep and abiding belief in doing what is right for our clients and our people. By staying true to our values, we are focused on what matters most — servicing our clients and helping them meet their business and safety goals through high-quality technical due diligence, value creation and sell-side ...
August 16, 2017
Software development outsourcing checklist — how to ensure success
Principles of successful development projects Leveraging a trusted development partner can help you expedite your product roadmap and adoption of new technologies, however, these projects take thoughtful planning and structure to execute successfully. This software development outsourcing checklist outlines many of the key practices that are critical to success and are built on the following ...
June 30, 2017
How to build a business case for legacy system modernization
The continuous evolution of technology has made it challenging for newer applications to function correctly on legacy platforms, particularly when it comes to data and analytics. And you hear it every day — data is the driving force of today’s economy. But the data economy cannot be sustained if the information that it depends on ...