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What Does DPT Stand For Anyway?

Written by  Henry Morley
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“What does that stand for?” This is a question we often hear when introducing DPT. While the words behind the letters have changed in our 15 years of business, what DPT has stood for all along has stayed the same: Maintaining a clear focus on business performance as opposed to technology implementation. Other guiding principles driving DPT include teaching our clients to fish, addressing people and process factors first in any business change, and promoting Project Leadership to get real and manage risk.

Let’s dive into that first principle for a minute.

Most organizations do not deploy technology and declare success based on loading software and training a few people – it’s to change their business for the better and improve their performance. Those improvements could include process efficiency, improved decision-making, revenue growth and project effectiveness.

The vast majority of performance improvement is dependent on business change, not technology change. At DPT, we focus on the process, people, data, and strategy being aligned toward business objectives. Putting your time and effort into those factors will drive success more than being good at “cool” technology.

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Today, we’re proud to say that DPT stands for “Driving Performance Together.” And that’s something that will never change.

Our business results orientation, Project Leadership expertise, and people and process focus are what drive our clients’ high rate of success. If you don’t believe us, listen to our clients. What you’ll hear is a common thread about paying attention to client success as measured in business terms, not technology terms:

Watch our client testimonials:

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Want to know how we Drive Performance Together? The first step to create an efficient, customer-centric and performance-driven environment in your business is to craft a custom Business Case Blueprint – get in touch with us to get started. There’s no cost – and no obligation.  Take advantage of our experience to key in quickly on the most critical metrics in YOUR business by getting in touch with us.

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