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We get it. You've invested heavily in the right infrastructure and manpower, and you've hired a professional services team to optimize Splunk. However, at the end of the engagement, you're finding that your expectations are not fully met. Challenges ranging from wasted time, limited access to Splunk and other relevant systems, and a lack of support from the appropriate technical resources, have kept you from achieving your goals. If this sounds like you, then you're in the right place. Here are three reasons why you need to rethink your core Splunk professional services strategy today.
The #1 reason Splunk projects fail is because there is a lack of buy-in from the right people from both the technical and business sides of the organization.
Professional services will be most powerful and effective when a clearly defined roadmap is available to guide you. In the absence of this, you have chaos.
Creating and prioritizing a list of data sources for successful onboarding and management within the Splunk ecosystem is an imperative to a successful project.
At Conducive we believe that results are the ultimate proof of concept. If you do not get results, you get your money back.
“What we struggled to do in two years using traditional ETL tools, Conducive accomplished in weeks using Splunk”
- A Fortune 100 Oil Company
“Conducive was able to repurpose existing data to provide real estate utilization metrics, saving the cost of new software”
- A Large Bank Based in Chicago
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