Enterprise Savings by Going Minimalist

 Minimalism is a tool used to rid yourself of life’s excess in favor of focusing on what’s important so you can find happiness, fulfillment, and freedom.” –Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus 

(IDEA ALERT)

What if..

  • You spent less on application support.
  • You spent less on application licensing.
  • You spent less on infrastructure.
  • You spent less on integration.
  • You spent less on planning.
  • You spent less..

I am keeping this post short..

Think about this http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/05/03/most-office-workers-arent-actually-using-microsoft-office

“The average employee spent only 48 minutes per day using Office, largely the Outlook email client, which consumed about 68 percent of that activity. Excel was in second place with 17 percent, or an average of 8 minutes per day, leaving Word and PowerPoint trailing with only 5 minutes and 2 minutes per day each.”

How do you determine what to get rid of and what to keep?

Apply the desired path approach https://cohenovate.com/2014/04/01/the-desired-path-km/

1)Section off areas of business of low risk and start a pilot.

2)Get rid of everything and see what staff actually needs.

3)Give them what they need and monitor.

4)Work with vendors to create on-demand modeling for the rest.

__Pay less__Support Less__Own Less__  ETC..

 

If you want to talk more about this.. email me. 

 

 

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