The key differentiation which sets the company apart from competitors is the partnership they offer to their clients, consultants and vendors. They consistently persevere and optimize their solutions and services to sustain their competitive edge. The company’s IT staff strives to provide new implementations, process improvements, upgrades, troubleshooting and training. Current ERP projects include integrating mobile devices implementing additional business applications and data migration are in process or in the planning stages now. Integration concerns for hardware, applications, networking, supply chains and security will all need to be re-examined. We combine the right people, processes and technology to minimize risk and maximize reward. ClarkeHouse’s consulting team has strong functional and technical knowledge of government logistics and financial systems. One of their long-term strategies has always been to work with Department of Defense (DOD) and thus they have partnered on many DOD projects for the last 13 years. Working on both commercial and government projects helps consultants provide broad-minded industry solutions to give the government a fresh edge in the market. “I started my consulting career about a year after presenting at the American SAP User’s Group (ASUG) convention. My topic was the “The Dynamics of an SAP Implementation”. One of the key themes of my presentation was highlighting the changes that would take place on the functional side of the enterprise before, during and after an ERP implementation. The feedback I got from the attendees was overwhelming and the request for help and guidance was such a positive experience for me,” says Catherine. Looking ahead, ClarkeHouse continues to re-evaluate business plan specifically in the areas of strategic planning, value proposition, pricing strategies. The company will strive to keep a low overhead and continue to strategize partnerships that fit their long-term goals.