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The more agile an organization, the better they are able to adapt to changing conditions, react to internal and external changes, and identify, implement, and push through vital projects quickly and with confidence. These results can be achieved on a team and project level by implementing Agile Delivery.

Our Agile methodology begins with our clients describing how the end product will be used and what problem it will solve. This clarifies expectations to the project team. Once the work begins, we cycle through a process of planning, executing, and evaluating, a process that may change the final deliverable to fit the customer's needs better. We continuously collaborate among both team members and with project stakeholders to make fully-informed decisions.

Benefits include:


  • Stakeholder Engagement

  • Transparency

  • Early and Predictable Delivery

  • Predictable Cost & Schedule

  • Change Management

  • Focus on Business Value

  • Quality Improvement


DataOps is the latest Agile practice that brings together the existing DevOps teams with data engineers and data scientists to support all companies that are data-focused. DataOps can provide organizations with real-time data insights, allowing every team to collectively work toward a common goal.

Advantages include real-time data insights, improved collaboration among various teams in an organization, quick and effective response to new requests, better operations and support, real-time goals for the organizations, avoidance of disastrous scenarios by predicting them in advance using data analytics, improved efficiency and overall quality through statistical process control (SPC), and shortened time to fix bugs and defects.


  • Faster process: Get data updates within a matter of seconds and make it possible to manage and use increasing data volumes effectively while reducing the cycle time of data analytics.

  • Real-time insights: Speeding up the entire data analytics process to close in faster on real-time insights in your data. In the fast-changing world, the ability to adapt to any market changes is critical. DataOps moves code and configuration continuously from development environments into production, leading to near real-time data insights. 

  • Focus on import issues: With the time-savings and more accurate data analytics, data teams can now focus on market needs and changes as they occur. DataOps allows IT leaders to focus more on improving communication, integration, and automation of data flows enterprise-wide. Without the burden of inefficiencies and poor quality, teams can focus on their area of expertise; creating new models and analytics that fuel business innovation and create a competitive advantage.

  • Catch errors immediately: Output tests can catch incorrectly processed data before it is passed downstream. Tests ensure the reliability and quality of the final output by verifying that work-in-progress (the results of intermediate steps in the data pipeline) match expectations.


Having the right insights at the right time can separate an organization from competitors and provide unprecedented opportunities for growth. A well-established, well-functioning data infrastructure is instrumental to ensuring these opportunities arise for organizations seeking to get more from their data. 


A well-functioning data infrastructure cannot exist in modern data environments without the ability quickly and easily bring data together from disparate sources in order to solve particular problems. Process Tempo can design your internal data infrastructure to best fit the unique needs of your organization, with focus on flexibility and adaptability to make your data infrastructure a long-term, lasting-impact solution.


Organizations are struggling to organize, maintain and utilize their data effectively and efficiently. This inefficiency is leading to an ever-growing complex data environment where organizations are consistently behind the curve and failing to unlock the full value of their data. Analysts, data scientists, and nontechnical business users are incapable of doing their jobs effectively because they cannot access accurate and reliable data for their data-driven initiatives. Overall, there is a significant amount of time spent searching for data than there is analyzing and decision-making.

Even once the data is found by users, more time is dedicated to verifying that the data can be trusted - oftentimes, it can’t be; there are significant knowledge gaps regarding where data comes from, what it holds, and whether it even answers the question they were seeking answers for in the first place. 

This inability to find data, paired with the inability to trust it, not only directly impacts day-to-day users, but ultimately causes the entire organization to suffer. The current approach to navigating the modern, complex data environment is actively leading to poor and inaccurate business decisions, is slowing innovation, blocking growth, and preventing a competitive advantage.

A renewed approach to navigating the modern, complex data environment will be massively beneficial to organizations seeking to gain a competitive advantage. Implementing the Process Tempo Data Catalog helps users find the data that matters, granting them the ability to ‘shop’ within their own internal resources for the trusted data they need.

  • Gain a Unified View: Get visibility into all of your data, regardless of where it’s stored (cloud, data warehouse, application, on premise, etc). Search and find what you need with ease within your data ecosystem.

  • Accelerate Time To Insight: With a data catalog, quickly and successfully find and access data, thus facilitating faster business insights. This allows organizations to adapt to the trends of the market as they occur and spend more time innovating.

  • Increase Operational Efficiency & Productivity: A data catalog enables business analysts and data scientists to spend less time searching for data and reports and more time performing analyses. It also reduces duplicative and repetitive work by quickly identifying certified data and reports, so that users can focus their efforts on deriving new insights from their data.


ETL is short for extract, transform, load - three database functions that are combined into one tool to pull data out of one database and place it into another database.

Extract is the process of reading data from a database. In this stage, the data is collected, often from multiple and different types of sources. Transform is the process of converting the extracted data from its previous form into the form it needs to be in so that it can be placed into another database. Transformation occurs by using rules or lookup tables or by combining the data with other data. Load is the process of writing the data into the target database.

ETL is an important part of today's business intelligence (BI) processes and systems. It is the IT process from which data from disparate sources can be put in one place to programmatically analyze and discover business insights.


  • Facilitate performance

  • Provide visual flow

  • Leverage existing development frameworks

  • Provide operational resilience

  • Track data lineage and perform impact analysis

  • Enable advanced data profiling and cleansing

  • Handle big data


In the modern workplace, knowledge and technology can quickly become outdated, obsolete, or simply fail to serve the organization at the level required. Continuous improvement is a methodology that can help prevent organizations from dipping below these required levels and ensure the ongoing improvement of products, services or processes through incremental and breakthrough improvements. 

Process Tempo’s Continuous Improvement offering gives organizations a framework for reaching the next level of excellence. We implement continuous improvement as part of our process as a way to invariably increase the value of products and services for the client, leading to more sophisticated and overall more economically competitive offerings.

We focus on identifying valuables, minimizing waste in the value delivery process, and honing in on aligning products and services to internal and external needs, consequentially leading to products and services that can better “anticipate” these needs. 


  • Increased productivity

  • Greater agility

  • Improved quality

  • Lower costs

  • Decreased delivery times


Performance monitoring and analysis are critical to deciphering the often complex behavior of parallel applications. The smallest downtime, outage, or even temporary drop in an important metric can have compounding impact on an organization. Lack of clarity in these times, along with an incapability to both quickly and accurately address and rectify such issues, can be significant in terms of areas like cost, dependability, performance, etc.

With the complexity of today’s systems, the capacity to deal with these issues in a timely, impactful manner are decreasing with each added layer of complexity - whether that complexity is caused by people, process, or technology. Elimination of various inefficiencies either introduced by the programmer or arising due to less than perfect mapping to a specific execution environment is vital to achieving acceptable application execution rates and increasing users' productivity.

The Performance Monitoring segment of Process Tempo’s Managed Services helps to eliminate these inefficiencies and identify efficiencies in their place, helping not only to provide clarity and rapidly improve response times, but also to help teams identify areas that may otherwise be overlooked, and enable predictability for any potential issues down the line.


Decision-Modeling and Intelligence brings together a number of disciplines including data and business modeling, decision management, and decision support. It is the process of mapping out detailed requirements of individual use cases, then, organizing and designing models to achieve maximum output efficiency. It provides a framework to help executives design, compose, model, align, execute, monitor, and tune decision models and processes in the context of use case requirements and business outcomes.

The models organize data elements and standardize how the data elements relate to one another. Since data elements document real life people, places and things and the events between them, the decision model represents the reality  behind the use case at hand.

The process helps to accelerate development, significantly reduce maintenance, increase application quality, and lower execution risks across the enterprise.


  • Higher application quality

  • Quicker time to market

  • Lower development & maintenance costs

  • Improved data quality

  • Better performance

  • Documentation & knowledge transfer


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