Business Solutions

Strategy Development & Execution

Our principals have successfully executed on our clients’ strategies for twenty years. Those experiences give us a comprehensive understanding of the impacts and operational considerations required for a pragmatic, executable strategy.

Merger & Integration

We’ve been helping companies navigate mergers and acquisitions since we started in 1994. We know how challenging the integration process can be. No one-size-fits-all solution works for every situation, so you need a partner with the experience to tailor and execute according to your needs. Our team brings proven expertise in:

  • Systems integrations
  • Application and data conversions
  • Organizational assimilation
  • Geographic infrastructure and retail outlet deployments
  • Departmental moves and restacks
  • Command center strategy/management

Outsourcing & Offshoring

Globalization has caused increasing competition and pressure on corporate profitability, while simultaneously creating vast opportunity to increase the efficiency of business support functions through outsourcing and offshoring. Outsourcing can deliver unparalleled value and savings, but also poses significant risk and complexity. We’ll guide you at every step of the process, including:

  • Developing an O/O strategy
  • Assisting in provider identification and selection
  • Transition planning
  • Systems connectivity & access
  • Execution management

E-Commerce & Internet

When it comes to launching products online, you need a partner with depth of experience on the technology implementation side as well as the strategic business side. We provide a holistic planning process including:

  • Solution design
  • Product development
  • Evaluation
  • Implementation

CASE STUDIES

case-study1

Consolidating projects to maximize efficiency for insurance giant

In 2012, one of the nation’s largest insurance corporations decided to roll out new initiatives on client computing, messaging, and collaboration in its corporate offices. Leadership felt those plans could be better organized and executed – and possibly consolidated into one program – and enlisted StoneLaurel to conduct a Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (S.W.O.T.) analysis on the projects.