When you engage Fine Line Business Services, you can trust that your
project will have senior-level, client-side experience and expertise in
your area of concern. Fine Line consultants have extensive industry
experience, assuring you of a high level of professionalism, knowledge and
creativity, and the ability to work effectively with all levels of your
- Business Process
To effectively introduce any new technology into your
organization, a clear understanding of the current business process is
essential. Documenting changes to the process help to identify all of
the individuals impacted and help to determine the level of training
required to have a successful deployment.
Often a objective third party review of your current business
process helps to identify 'low-hanging fruit' as well as full process
reengineering opportunities that will help your organization achieve
the efficiencies and effectiveness needed to remain competitive in
- Computer Consulting
Use your expertise to keep your business successful. Let
Fine Line Business Service help with identifying where computers,
systems and communication (network) improvements will help you achieve
An organized and well-planned deployment is critical to
introducing new or replacement computer or network equipment and
software. The goal must be to keep disruption to the business at
a minimum. Installation should also address training and
support, from one-on-one coaching to classroom training to introduce
groups of users to new technology.
Response is critical, but expertise in diagnosing problems is
equally important. Planning for repairs and keeping current with
maintenance helps to avoid critical downtime. Business
continuity planning helps to keep your organization ready for repairs.
- Business Continuity
- Emergency power generation is only a small part of the answer.
Data back-ups (you are backing up your data!) help, but still are only
part of the answer. Have you taken a look at what kinds of
disruptions could happen to your business and determined if you are
ready? Often and objective third party, experienced with
business continuity planning, can help make an assessment of your
organizations readiness and offer suggestions for improvements.
Whether at home, in the office or traveling through an airport
and staying at a distant hotel, computer, network and data security
should be a concern. Wireless and hand-held devices have helped
to improve productivity, but your organization must still comply with
a variety of compliance rules, such as HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley.
It would be great if we could identify the 'bad guy' by the clothes he
wears or the car he drives, but that is not the case. The person
we should be most concerned about may be on the other side of the
world, or she might be a long-time employee in the company, quietly
sending company secrets across town to the competitor. It may be
the employee you fired last week or the employee you hire next week.