Hello, and welcome! I’m Jason, Ignyte Group’s Chief Technology Officer, and I am excited to be delivering the opening post for our new blog – Inside Ignyte. We’re excited to launch this blog to introduce you to our team, share some of our insights, and provide a look at how we operate. For each post one of our amazing consultants will draw from their own understanding to provide insights, best practices, and lessons learned in their area of expertise. These pieces will come from first-hand experience in the areas that they are passionate about – such as driving efficiency with low-code automaton, improving digital experience and customer engagement, or emerging use-cases for AI-driven analytics.
At Ignyte we strive to bring a personal touch to consulting. Each one of our team members takes pride in owning their clients’ challenges and delivering innovative solutions. I hope that these Inside Ignyte blog posts will not only provide an insight to our expertise, but also showcase the tailored approach that we hope differentiates Ignyte in the market.
In the coming weeks, please be on the lookout for some fresh perspectives on some of the biggest challenges and most exciting opportunities we are working on. I hope that you are as excited about this as I am, and feel free to drop us a line if there are specific questions or topics that you would like to see covered in an upcoming post!
Jason Stanis is Ignyte’s CTO and leads our Digital Workflow and Automation practice. Jason joined Ignyte in 2016 and brings over 20 years of consulting experience helping his clients strategically improve their processes, architect solutions, and drive digital modernizations. Jason is passionate about applying this expertise across the public-sector, healthcare, transportation, and financial services industries. Jason is a week-day vegetarian, Detroit-pizza fanatic, and die-hard Michigan State and Detroit Lions fan.
Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the uncertainty that comes with global economic slowdowns, companies and governments across the world continued to struggle with inefficiencies in manual processes throughout their organizations. Processes such as compiling, distributing, and generating reports, internal audit procedures, and onboarding and offboarding employees, are not only time consuming but often come with higher than acceptable error rates due to typos, missing information, and tired eyes.Read the full blog post →