Accelerated Case Studies

The technology team at Bergen Community College (BCC) began an extensive digital transformation journey when faced with a situation familiar to many IT departments: A legacy system was approaching end-of-life. What began as an effort to replace outdated software resulted in staff and faculty gaining new digital tools and improving the student experience, including reimagining the college’s One Stop student services center to be both more efficient and more accessible.

No one imagined a month ago they’d need to move a bustling office of 40 to remote work at a moment’s notice. Concerns around productivity, making sure daily tasks like receiving payments from clients and processing invoices, and even your staff’s ability to access the files they need to do their jobs can even make it seem impossible.

Shufro Rose — a New York City-based independent wealth management firm servicing more than 1,200 clients and $1.5 billion in assets under management as of March 31, 2020 — is located in the epicenter of the financial world. In March of 2020, the firm also found itself located within the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States. The firm immediately shifted to working remotely, relying upon a digital strategy and business process automation that have enabled the firm to operate and service clients seamlessly.

When the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) started exploring a solution for their document management system, they knew they wanted to take a cloud-first approach.  MSD is the fourth largest sewer system in the United States, providing wastewater and stormwater management service for over 1.3 million people in St. Louis City and County. With a constituency this large, MSD needed a system they wouldn’t outgrow; one that could adapt and change with the needs of both their customers and their over 900 employees.

Connecticut

CATIC is a Connecticut-based title insurance company with more than 50 years in business providing the highest-quality professional services to its policy-issuing attorneys, insured lenders and homebuyers, and other members of the real estate community.  With people’s biggest investments in their hands, CATIC must have streamlined, secured, easy-to-use services for their clients.