Onboarding at Home: Being a New Hire During A Pandemic

May 27, 2020 JP Nguyen

It was early spring on the West Fork Trail in Sedona. My friends and I had visited the Grand Canyon yesterday and sought some different terrain to hike. The West Fork Trail was just that: rapid running streams that ran through canyons lined with beautiful pine trees. The trail, though beautiful, can be tough. The […]

4 Ways Businesses Must Change to Serve the New Post-COVID-19 Customer

April 15, 2020 Andrew Warden

Although many of the seeming constants of our current environment are changing, we are still in the age of the customer, as Forrester put it in 2011. But that customer is changing and changing rapidly. They’ve already experienced significant disruption in their buying power with consumer spending down 25% since the beginning of March as […]

The Roster: Vol. 23

October 31, 2019 Sarah Barber

At Credera, we believe we’re truly better together. The Roster is a monthly series that allows you to get to know leaders at all levels across the firm. Cristina Niver  Senior Manager, Management Consulting Dallas, TX Favorite Book: Chronicles of Narnia, I’ve read the series twice and am about to start it again with my […]

The Roster: Vol. 22

September 30, 2019 Sarah Barber

At Credera, we believe we’re truly better together. The Roster is a monthly series that allows you to get to know leaders at all levels across the firm. Jeff Hewitt  Principal, Microsoft Solutions Dallas, TX Now Playing: This one is a little embarrassing. During our first year of marriage, Jessica and I had a TV […]

How Credera’s Open Technology Solutions Practice Stays Sharp & Connected

January 2, 2019 Ally White

Credera’s Open Technology Solutions (OTS) practice is our largest team and focuses on building custom software solutions and integrations for our clients leveraging open source technologies. Technologies that the OTS practice frequently works with include the Spring Framework, AngularJS, React, Elastic Search, Redis, Spark, Kafka, AWS and Azure. Programming languages they frequently use include Java, […]

Communication: In the Absence of Information, What Do People Do?

March 8, 2017 Lauren King

We have a mantra in our firm: “In the absence of information, people make it up.” We do this. When lacking access to information we speculate, assume, guess, and sometimes even make up what we believe are facts, even if they aren’t. We don’t want our team members to lack access to facts. Our firm-wide […]

Leadership at Credera: Serving and Sharpening One Another

February 8, 2017 Justin Bell

  Leadership is one of the most written and talked about topics of our day. Leadership style and impact vary widely. However, most of us recognize that governments, businesses and families rise and fall based on the quality of their leadership. In this edition of Life at Credera, we’ll unpack seven behaviors we look for in […]

Perspectives From A Coding Rock Star

July 25, 2016 Andrew Warden

I recently sat down with Eric Woods, a rock star at work and at home.  Eric talked about how he came to be a ‘Crederian’, what he’s learned here, and how his interests outside of work feed and influence his success while at work. How did you originally find out about Credera? It’s a long, […]

Building Digital Organizations: Every Organization’s Challenges Are Different

July 22, 2016 Hugh DeWitte

Digital is changing how the world works and lives, providing better experiences and outcomes for people across the globe. It is the great leveler. But keeping a level head when trying to figure out how to build a digital organization is anything but one-dimensional. Successful digital business performance has become increasingly important. Digital is an […]

Why Credera’s Culture Feels like Family

April 18, 2016 Andrew Warden

Last week, I met with Allison Howard, a Senior Consultant in the Management Consulting practice to talk through her Credera experiences. She reflected on what it’s been like to be at Credera for almost three years and agreed to let me share our conversation in this blog post. How did you find out about Credera? […]