Today, the wingspan of BTM Corporation's success exceeds 12 industries, including manufacturing, consumer goods, hospitality, financial services, insurance, defense, government agencies, and utilities. Such customers include JPMorgan, Marriott, PACCAR, PepsiCo, Sabre, BNP Paribas, and the French Social Security Agency.
In addition to the highlighted case studies below, more customer examples are available upon request to provide a closer look not only of the problems we address, but more importantly, how we solve them.
Select Case Studies:
- Business Agility
A major financial services company optimized its processes for managing business and technology architectures, reducing cost and complexity and operating more efficiently to provide better services to its customers.
- Business Model Innovation
A SME insurance group developed a business strategy to offer competitive, full-service insurance products to all its customers, grow market share through vertical and horizontal integration, and increase profit margins.
- Extended Enterprise
A global financial institution adapted to an evolving knowledge economy and achieved transparency in sourcing to identify and assemble a set of strategic partners in a way that best leveraged their competencies while positioning themselves to access a globally distributed pool of resources.
- Governance and Investment Managment
A consumer packaged goods giant gained systemic perspective and oversight of their decision-making activities by establishing decision-making bodies, defining their scope and responsibilities, and creating a strategy-centric decision process.
- Innovation and Growth
A major pharmaceutical company is now able to execute and deliver on its business initiatives in order to differentiate the company from its competitors, ultimately adding to shareholder value.
- Public Sector: Domestic
A major U.S. government agency gained more effective knowledge sharing and the ability for the Bureaus and Offices to work more effectively together to improve the overall management maturity and standards compliance.
- Public Sector: International
A major European government agency was able to maximize its return on investments while minimizing the risk of technology decisions made, ensuring that initiatives originate from an overall business strategy through established processes and structures that consistently measure improvements in business capabilities to effectively.
- Service Delivery Optimization
A leading defense contractor gained a comprehensive set of capabilities to support their complete service lifecycle from service design to service optimization, and are now able to meet the needs of business and technology stakeholders.
- Shared Services
A major utility company used this solution to establish a Shared Services Organization (SSO) that transformed itself from a function-centric organization to a value-based service provider.
- Strategy Execution
A global travel and hospitality company created a cost-effective business and technology infrastructure in which redundancies are minimized, synergies are maximized and that is ready to adapt, as business needs change.