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STRATEGIC VALUE

 
 
 
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Water sustains and inspires us. Technology can also inspire when managed with a singular, rock-solid focus.

 

 
 

TIDAL'S MISSION IS TO HELP ORCHESTRATE AND OPTIMIZE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AS A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE FOR YOUR BUSINESS.

Digital disruption is here. Studies show, forward-looking enterprises that can leverage technology as an evolving strategic asset can see their profitability jump more than 25% on average. Source: Leading Digital: Turning Technology into Business Transformation.

 
 
 
 
 

TURNING CHALLENGES INTO OPPORTUNITIES.

 
 

No one argues about the strategic value of technology and its ability to fuel business success in the digital age – whether it's revolutionizing how transactions are conducted, empowering the workforce, or transforming the customer experience.

 

THE ONLY QUESTIONS ARE – HOW AND HOW MUCH? 

 
 
 
 
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To capitalize upon these strategic opportunities, companies must embrace – and conquer – a number of key challenges in IT automation:

  • Complexity – today's increasingly complex business use cases drive increasingly complex IT processes.
  • Service Level Agreements – 24x7 operations, reliability, high-volume processing, and timely performance – these are must haves.
  • Heterogeneity – executing diverse workloads on diverse systems poses a big challenge to the IT team's skill sets.
  • Synchronization, Dependencies – orchestrating cross-system IT processes is a challenge for system-specific management tools – do you have what it takes?
  • Contention – multiple applications and processes must share common system resources in a careful and precise orchestration.
  • Compliance – IT processes must be governed and auditable.
  • Rapid Remediation – when inevitable problems arise, your alerting, recovery, and retry capabilities must be immediate and effective.

 
 
 
 

THE ANSWER IS TIDAL.

 
 
 
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We solve problems and drive business value across a number of critical areas:

DATA QUALITY

  • Orchestration of complex dependencies.
  • Maintenance of data integrity.
  • Reduction of scripting requirements and associated human errors.

COMPLIANCE AND SLAs

  • Granular security and audit logging across complex business workflows.

  • Proactive notification and alerting for historical and predictive SLAs.

  • Workflow compliance – e.g. re-run failed steps, override dependencies.

SELF-SERVICE - ITaaS

  • Customer self-service and easy drag-drop creation of workflows.

  • Role-based access control.

WORKFLOW RELEASE AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT

  • Portability and flexibility for new workflow releases and changes across development, QA, and production environments.