The business sector has been sweating over for decades now to bridge the ever-expanding gap between IT and Business. While both the IT and Business mavens have emphasized that companies must strive to bridge this gap as an utmost priority, companies still face dilemmas at the hand of the prevailing gap that still persists in the business landscape.

The results of a new CA Technologies study, Why IT Needs to Lead Now: The Innovation Imperative, further elucidates that broken rung between the ladders that connects IT and Business executives is the prime culprit for wasted business opportunities. These unexploited opportunities could lead to drive revenue, grow market share, increase speed to market and improve customer satisfaction, yet the gap forestalls the chances of business growth.

Prabhat Sharma, a man with a vision, realizing this increasing troubles caused by the gaps in IT and business framework, laid the foundation of an incredible management consulting firm in 2019. “I comprehended that if the companies desire to attain the agility that is a necessity in the digital age, they need to adopt a digital approach that transforms both the front and back ends of their business, giving the authority to leverage the tech,” says Prabhat Sharma.

Establish in 2019, Sheridan-based Eskerron, Inc. is an Information Technology company based that strives to cater customers with IT outsourcing by focusing solely on filling the gaps between their IT and Business structures. Eskerron specializes in developing a full-fledged IT infrastructure, bolstering their patrons to achieve their digital infrastructure goals, and drive revenue, using the splendor of technology. “Our service revolves around a comprehensive consultation to help identify gaps and opportunities, a comprehensive report that includes a project plan with timelines and milestones, a cost analysis, and a schedule. We also offer a suite of quality products that will help you get there quickly and smoothly,” says Prabhat Sharma.

Prabhat Sharma shares that a key constituent to bridging the gap between IT and Business is analytics-driven visibility. “The lines of business must see and understand the impact of IT on their bottom-line. Real-time visibility into key business performance indicators such as end-user performance, resources consumed, service cost, lost revenue, cost of downtime, number of successful/failed transactions are crucial to bridge the IT and business gap. The IT Model of at Eskerron Inc. incorporates all these features, equipping the business to remain at the cutting-edge,” he says.

Yet, in the end, the Businesses needs to weigh the cost of neglecting the significance of quality IT framework against the value the service brings to the Business. “Our consultation services proffer analytics that use clear metrics of when and what resources are consumed by each service, and awareness of the cost impact that the business decision points to the underlying technology, making them realize the purpose of investing in quality IT, for it can create more open doors,” says Prabhat Sharma.

Prabhat Sharma further elucidates that if the businesses shift away from a server versus resource availability view to an application-centric view of the world, then there can be the formation of open dialog between Business and IT. However, to achieve this, businesses must ensure critical implementations of the business processes that only a right management system in place can do. “The apt management ensures that the businesses remain afloat with remain on the top of their tech game. While a strong IT framework focuses on the smooth implementation of business processes, as a way to optimize performance, bringing forth success for business in terms of revenue growth,” says Sharman.

Prabhat Sharma shares that after many years in the IT industry, they have now embarked onto another journey. “Now, we share our experience to help others. Our ramp up process is designed to empower your technical team and outfit them with the tools they need to succeed,” he says.

Eskerron Inc. IT model incorporates the following services, to bridge the gaps in your IT framework.

Java-based frameworks

Open-source technologies

Cloud-based development

End-to-end integration

Networks and systems security

Database and warehouse technology

Information technology consulting