Filling the gap between vision and action, Quisitive leverages insight, experience and technology to identify the underlying goals and shared ground upon which digital experiences can be built, to create solutions that empower holistic and tangible transformation at every level.
MCX wanted the ability to own, shape and influence the payment experience of customers while lowering and ultimately eliminating transaction fees from credit card companies and financial institutions. To make this vision a reality, MCX turned to Quisitive for help in developing a digital gateway between the MCX consortium partners (Best Buy, Target, CVS, etc.), large banks that handle the payment process, and digital wallet providers such as Apple Pay.
With a goal of improving cardiovascular health by 20% before 2020, American Heart Association (AHA) knew they needed to make significant changes in order to reach their audience with preventative and proactive health solutions. They were challenged, however, with connecting this macro goal with their customer experience, hampered by an old CMS system, disparate micro and third-party sites, and standalone landing pages. With more than 150 disconnected digital assets, they knew they needed a solution that could provide brand consistency and a personalized user experience.
SolarWinds, a provider of IT management products, didn’t have much ability to author and publish content in an agile fashion. This was a less than ideal situation, given that their website is their primary storefront and source of revenue. Because of the criticality of their digital storefront, the technology that they chose for content development and publication had to be very good.
CoBank provides loans, leases, export financing and other financial services to agribusinesses and rural power, water and communications providers nationwide. Each of CoBank’s seven service lines operated as a separate business unit with individual tools and data collection methods. This lack of integrated collaboration between business units resulted in an inconsistent customer experience, operational constraints and additional costs.
Founded in 1976, Dillon Gage is one of the largest precious metals dealers in the U.S. Planning to expand globally, they quickly realized their outdated IT infrastructure couldn’t support the need to set up servers around the world. Dillon Gage partnered with Quisitive to craft a solution that would provide the uptime and expansion capacity they needed, but in a cost-effective way.
Hensel Phelps, a leading U.S.-based construction company, wanted to refresh its 76-year-old brand but struggled with outdated customer relationship management (CRM) and proposal automation systems that couldn’t support this goal.
Kleinfelder is a global engineering firm that relies on data to manage their operations and help them serve their clients. With an underutilized intranet, manual processes for field personnel and no central data repository, Kleinfelder had data spread across many line of business systems and no clear picture of their key metrics.
NHL Franchise Dallas Stars partnered with Quisitive to resolve ongoing issues with their current sales and marketing platform. Quisitive created a solution that provided the customer relationship management capabilities the Dallas Stars needed, seamlessly integrating business processes and workflow functions across sales, marketing, customer service and financials. Since inception, the platform has been positively received, with excellent user adoption. The Dallas Stars refer to this project as “the best application migration experience we’ve ever had."