Fast Lane Paves the Way with New Enabling Digital Businesses Strategy
Fast Lane today announced a new consulting and training strategy designed to support companies that are adopting the latest transformative technologies that support the digitization of their businesses.
As companies leverage key investments in technologies, embracing the move to Opex from Capex, the adoption of these technologies in terms of becoming a digital company is critical. Fast Lane plays a strategic role with its vendors, partners and their customers providing a range of services supporting the deployment of digital strategies and the resulting business outcomes. This includes strategic consulting services, sales enablement, business transformation services, and a variety of educational services.
“Our new strategy is based on our abilities to deliver highend consulting and learning solutions that help our customers solve real business problems.” Fast Lane President Chuck Terrien explains. “The emergence of important technologies like Cloud, IoT, Collaboration and Mobility along with the pervasive need for Analytics and Security drove us to design new consulting and learning solutions that support the new technical and business challenges these companies face.”
Fast Lane’s portfolio of offerings addresses the complexity and the impact of the latest transformative technologies that are widely thought to be the keys to next generation IT. The IT ecosystem of the future will be distributed, software based, multi-vendor, automated and highly secure and reliable. Fast Lane has identified four solution areas that are key to achieving desired business outcomes: IoT/Connected Enterprise, Collaboration, Cyber Security, and Customer/Workplace Experience. Fast Lane also combines sales and enablement features with new education services to enable the proliferation and utilization of new technologies.