Dillon Technology Group is elated to announce our official launch. We are an Austin-based BPM Solutions company with over 15 years experience developing enterprise applications in most all major areas of industry. DTG is an IBM business partner specializing in building BPM practices for Fortune 500 companies and creating high-impact BPM teams. We work closely with IBM to gain a full understanding of the technology and implementations we work with, yet as a startup we are able to remain extremely agile and tackle real-world problems quickly.
In order to deliver the best solutions available to our clients, the DTG team includes experienced UX developers that understand the principles and methodologies behind usable and efficient software. There is a desperate need for good UI in the enterprise market that we seek to address. Our UX team works closely with our developers and architects to ensure our implementations are business and user friendly. Coalescing business, user experience, and IT positions us to create extremely dynamic software that meets the needs of business and end-users alike.
By coupling years of experience in BPM, Enterprise Java Architecture, and cutting edge UX practices, we seek to create sound enterprise solutions that are as easy – if not easier – to use and implement as the rest of your third-party software.
Another key differentiator is our ability to achieve short-term goals and ROI while still working towards your greater vision. We understand how much of a nightmare it can be to start a BPM practice in your department and in your line of business. By achieving an immediate quick win we can start building a case for BPM implementation founded on hard metrics. This will help build excitement and credibility as further processes are rolled out.
We are also extremely passionate about the BPM community as a whole – a community that has given us so much. In addition to our launch, we are also rolling out The Business Process Exchange – a hub for tutorials, widgets, and wiki’s on all things BPM. We hope that through an open, easy-to-use exchange we can spur innovation for both our business and the BPM community.