January 26, 2022
5 Reasons You Need CDW Digital Velocity Services
The right IT foundation solves today’s problems and sets the stage for tomorrow’s success.
In today’s competitive market, the speedy achievement of digital priorities is critical to success. Still, many organizations struggle to make progress — or even stay relevant — because they haven’t mastered the technical complexities of modern IT environments. Organizations can benefit from engaging partners like Digital Velocity Solutions (DVS) at CDW, a full-stack, modern engineering team focused on delivering digital velocity.
As a part of CDW’s AmplifiedTM Services, DVS provides design, orchestration and management services to help organizations solve their most complex IT challenges and deploy the right solutions from code to cloud and from data center to database.
There are five key moments when an organization should knock on Digital Velocity Solutions’ door.
1. You’re Ready to Deploy Cutting-Edge Digital Infrastructure That Moves You Ahead of the Competition
Treating IT infrastructure as software creates a big digital advantage. Infrastructure as Code, for example, enables teams to work smarter and faster by taking advantage of automation. Many IT teams don’t have a full bench of software engineers — at least not yet. DVS helps organizations achieve this type of automation so they can devote IT resources to other aspects of the business.
2. You Need to Create a Culture That Supports Speed and Agility
DevOps delivers greater simplicity and speed. Digital Velocity Solutions fosters a culture of collaboration and continuous delivery, accelerated by automation. Our approach to DevOps is action-oriented, nurturing a culture of collaboration that addresses specific challenges. We use assessments and workshops to dig into an organization’s workflows so that we can address areas that need help.
3. You’re Ready for a Better, More Modern Cloud Strategy
The modern cloud is in your control, under your requirements. Did you gamble on cloud early and now feel stuck? Missing your data in the big C? Want to use virtual machines on bare metal? Prefer to have more local storage? A combination of all the above? Whatever you want, Digital Velocity Solutions can provide it, and we can help you do it without a “forever” deal and while saving your organization money.
4. Mission-Critical Needs, Software to Serve
Today's enterprise software architecture is fast, it scales and it is suited to life in the cloud. We apply today’s contemporary software development techniques to deliver tightly integrated web, mobile or system-to-system solutions that satisfy your mission-critical needs. DVS enterprise software architects and developers work with your team to deliver solutions using only the most current methodologies, such as API-first development, microservices first, containers first, serverless, application replatforming and refactoring, and modern languages and structures. This means your software is built right, built now and built for hyperscale. These methodologies enable your organization to accelerate its business while optimizing the user experience.
5. You Want to Connect Teams and Integrate People with Tools and Applications
Integrating agile teams with systems, processes, customers and one another doesn’t have to be complicated. Collaboration delivers not only connection but also speed, linking users across time zones and ensuring that work can get done whenever necessary. We help by connecting people to the right tools and by optimizing business processes to ensure teams can collaborate with ease.
Story by Jurija Metovic, the manager of growth operations at CDW for the Digital Velocity Solutions team. With nearly 10 years of marketing and channel sales experience at early- and high-growth technology companies, Jurija focuses on driving business through the channel waste-free while generating full inbound sales leads through multichannel marketing campaigns. Jurija has a Lean Six Sigma green belt and Lean Certification and earned her B.A. degree in legal human communications from California State University, Monterey Bay. She is an active member of the tech community in Portland, Ore., and a volunteer for SOLVE and Habitat for Humanity.