Timbergrove Solutions is an IT Services and Consulting company based in Houston, TX. Founded in 2006, our aim is to deliver strategic portal planning, portal analysis, and solution architecture & envisioning services to ensure the success of your enterprise portal projects.
As an IBM Advanced Business Partner, we are focused exclusively on enterprise portal deployment projects as well as on business process management and collaboration initiatives. We are experts in the WebSphere Portal family of products & technologies including Lotus Web Content Manager & Lotus Connections, and have led efforts in Fortune 100 companies for over a decade.
Our consulting team possesses extensive experience working with large international organizations in a wide range of industries. We’ve worked at such companies as: JP Morgan Chase, Royal Dutch Shell, National Oilwell Varco, TransOcean, Baker Hughes, ONEOK, SunGard Energy, Michelin, Nissan, and many others. We specialize in the engineering, manufacturing, and oil & gas industries. We also have exposure to industries such as Healthcare, Non-Profit, Automotive, and State Government.
To give a better understanding as to whom Timbergrove Solutions is, take a look into our business philosophies:
Constant Team Communication
The rule of thumb is that it is always better to over-communicate. Lack of information or backtracking to find it costs money and time, and it should never be billed to the client. We strive to keep all of our team-members and, more importantly, our clients up-to-date.
Simpler is always better. We push to minimize confusion and risk by finding simplicity in the solutions we recommend.
|Keep Stakeholders Engaged
Stakeholders have the final say on the value of our work, so we believe they must be engaged in the project’s lifecycle. There is no better place to get feedback on your project’s direction and requirements.
|Manage Change and Mature Quality
Change is the only constant, as they say. Therefore, it must be managed. When organizations experience change, its management should be used towards the maturing of delivery and product quality. Project shortcuts should not be taken.