There are many ways you can begin to implement TiTAN Ops into your business to maximize exposure and growth.
Here are a few ideas:
Become familiar with TiTAN Ops, and what it’s capable of.
The B3: Big Business Blueprint Accelerator can give you a wide variety of resources. It was built in partnership with our client organizations Constant Contact and BridgeHR to help you understand how the platform can strengthen the main pillars of your business and to get your organization's implementation completed in 12 months.
Take advantage of the treasure trove of information in our learning library, and familiarize yourself with the basic concepts of TiTAN Ops and it's network of features. We recommend some of the workshops and online classes that you'll find on our website, social media and Eventbrite.
They’re easy ways for you to get started with TiTAN Ops and help improve understand how the application and our methodology help you improve the way you work.
Here are some resources you can use to get started (not all are free):
• Extreme Branding:
Brand development, market research and lead generation campaign development
• On Demand Growth:
Business development, demand generation, order management, proposals, estimates and closing
Start by identifying the problems you want TiTAN Ops to solve for you.
Once you’ve got the basics down, the next step is to start exploring and brainstorming ideas. Start thinking about how you can incorporate TiTAN Ops into your existing services and products. You probably already have specific cases in mind where we could solve some of your problems or provide demonstrable value.
Maybe it’s streamlining the hiring process or helping your customers by answering questions.
Your next step is to sit down and assess the potential value, both business and financial, of the TiTAN Ops implementations you’re thinking about for your business.
We stresses the importance of not getting lost in “pie in the sky” discussion, but instead, hooking your initiatives directly to solid business values.
This way, you won’t get distracted by all the possibilities, but will aim for something attainable.
To get this prioritization step, take a look at the potential of what you can accomplish, and feasibility and put them into a two-by-two matrix. This should help you prioritize based on near-term visibility and know what the financial value is for the company.
For this step, you usually need ownership and recognition from managers and top-level executives.
Acknowledge your capability gap.
There’s a big difference between what you want to accomplish for your business and what you can succeed at doing within a certain time frame.
Your business should know what it is and isn't capable of doing “from a tech and business process perspective” before leaping directly into a full-blown TiTAN Ops technology implementation.
Sometimes this can take a long time to do. Going through the process of addressing your internal capability gap, means you'll have to identify what you need to acquire and any processes that need to be internally involved or optimized before you get going.
Depending on the business, there may be existing projects or teams that can help do this organically for certain business units. Or we can provide a team of analysts to help.