Enterprise Agility: It’s What We Do. It’s Who We are.

January 27, 2010
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Today, I thought I’d just share an update on Teradata, and no, that is NOT me in the image…just wishful thinking! I’m going to focus on what we do for customers, which is, after all, who we are.Enterprise_Agility

 

We help customers achieve enterprise agility. They can move, maneuver, go up or over or around barriers – or break through. An agile organization is one that can quickly gather intelligence, can creatively and nimbly act or react, can take advantage of changing conditions and can move with strength or power. So when you think of Teradata, think intelligent, powerful, breakthrough … agility.

 

Today’s environment has businesses…

Today, I thought I’d just share an update on Teradata, and no, that is NOT me in the image…just wishful thinking! I’m going to focus on what we do for customers, which is, after all, who we are.Enterprise_Agility

 

We help customers achieve enterprise agility. They can move, maneuver, go up or over or around barriers – or break through. An agile organization is one that can quickly gather intelligence, can creatively and nimbly act or react, can take advantage of changing conditions and can move with strength or power. So when you think of Teradata, think intelligent, powerful, breakthrough … agility.

 

Today’s environment has businesses rethinking the importance of agility.

  • For example, the Economist Intelligence Unit conducted a global study last year about how businesses can survive and thrive in turbulent times. Nearly 90% of executives surveyed believe that organizational agility is critical for business success.
  • According to MIT, agile organizations increase their revenue 37% faster than non-agile organizations. And, they generate 30% higher profits from the revenue they pull in.

Some companies like to fit in, to follow, to avoid rocking the boat. They’re content to stay with legacy systems from our competitors that help them fit in. Teradata customers like to break out. They’re smart. They are often leaders in their industries or breakthrough innovators in their use of technology – or both.

We listen to our customers, learn from our customers and provide value – and agility – to our customers. It’s what we do. It’s who we are.

 

Darryl