Client-focused, employee-centric, innovative and fleet-footed – that best describes BEO’s approach to enabling clients to meet and exceed their business goals.

BEO Software collaborates with clients, working shoulder to shoulder with them in understanding their organizational structure, goals, business functions, business processes, information resources, computing capabilities, business systems, software applications, information exchange and communications infrastructure. The objective is to identify opportunities for growth, and to determine how as an organization BEO can leverage the client’s inherent strengths and the technologies currently available to effectively achieve the  client’s current and future goals. BEO provides clients a roadmap to transformation.

BEO’s Engineers work hand in hand with clients and create iterative and incremental models based on use-cases and business rules to arrive at a model that is uniquely suited to the individual organization. They look at organizations from various perspectives:

  • Looking from a Business Perspective, they help to define the organization’s goals and business objectives, hierarchical structure, business functions, and the processes and standards that drive its day-to-day operations.
  • Looking from an Application Perspective, they help to define the organization’s application portfolio and the interdependencies of various components, as well as plans for upgrades and future expansion.
  • Looking from an Information Perspective, they help in defining and classifying the information that the organization needs to operate efficiently, and in defining data management policies and information collection and consumption patterns to enable the enterprise to develop a common, shared, distributed, accurate and consistent data resource.
  • Lastly, looking from a Technology Perspective, they help to define the technology infrastructure such as hardware, software, operating systems and networking solutions that the organization depends upon to realize its business objectives.

The end result is improved decision making, improved adaptability to changing demands or market conditions, elimination of inefficient and redundant processes and optimization of the use of organizational assets.

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