Ken Behrendt, President of Eagle Creek Software Services...
Organizations are taking Salesforce beyond departmental SFA. The overriding CRM goal is to create, maintain and deploy accurate, consistent and timely customer information and insight. Thus enabling increased internal efficiencies and effectiveness, and the creation of singular customer and prospect experiences. In the Salesforce world – at an enterprise level – this will involve varying requirements. The consolidation of
multiple instances, a broader CRM footprint, adopting hybrid application models, the integration of other enterprise systems, improved analytics, and a consistent approach to Master Data Management. Eagle Creek is the largest U.S. based onshore provider of CRM optimization services. We support today’s most progressive corporations both domestically and internationally with their CRM initiatives…
Eagle Creek Software Services,...
Eagle Creek Software Services, the leader in onshore information technology services, announced today a partnership with the state of South Dakota and city of Vermillion to bring 1,000 jobs to the state.
The rural high-tech jobs will be phased in over the next 3-5 years. A new $10 million technology center to be built in Vermillion, S.D. will house 200 of those jobs.
Through a partnership with the Board of Regents and the University of South Dakota, the newly launched Information Technology Consultant Academy will provide eligible students with a scholarship and a strategic career track to employment as an IT consultant.
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U.S. companies will bring production, customer service and IT infrastructure back home Reshoring is real — and about to dramatically reshape the U.S. economy. More than one-third of U.S. businesses will move goods and services work back to the United States, in the next 12 months. The Grant Thornton LLP Realities of Reshoring survey of U.S. executives finds that even IT services, one of the first business functions to move offshore, are likely to return within a year.
Executives indicated their companies are “likely” or “very likely” to bring back the following categories of work: