Triodor’s unique international position as an ‘innovation sourcing company’ distinguishes from regular technology providers by our ability of creating, consulting and combining different concepts into new strategic businesses. We greatly value virtues such as high quality, timeliness and cost-effectiveness. Depending on the situation, we meet these criteria on a project basis, with dedicated teams or mostly through srategic partnerships.
Our most common business model is partnerships which is an ideal setting for 'matchmaking' between enterprises with complementary expertise and resources in long-term. Being a technology partner requires a thorough understanding of the underlying business processes. It necessitates deep technical knowledge, vision, adaptiveness, effective communication and a rich expertise involving different sectors.
This strategy has enabled Triodor to build up a solid curriculum in different sectors. Our ability to create cross-fertilization and synergy by combining the knowledge from various markets leads to surprising insights into business processes. The expertise, skills and competencies we have amassed this way are very important assets. When starting a new project in a segment where Triodor has little business expertise, we obviously use this accumulated knowledge alongside with our analytical skills.
A dedicated team is a professionally operating unit of analysts, developers, architects, quality engineers and project managers. This team works exclusively for one client on longer-term and forms an integral part of the client's business. Depending on the size, complexity and customer requirements, the team size varies from two to several dozen professionals. Dedicated teams are very important in understanding the business and processes of our customers.
The first dedicated team was created to work exclusively for one customer in 2004. The concept was an immediate success, and therefore was extended in 2006. Since continuity plays a leading role here, the success is highly dependent on team composition and its effectiveness. Triodor, therefore, puts much emphasis on the the formation of the teams. We recommend that team members visit customer site during the initial phase of the project. By doing so, the team understands the business processes faster, and the customer gets a better idea of how the team operates. Finally, with on-site work the lines of communication are short, which promotes rapid feedback and decision making.