Back in July, I started Sakura Consulting as a way to continue sharing and expanding my expertise with the Lotus family of products. As many of you know, I have over 13 years of experience with Notes/Domino and related products, and am really passionate about the technology I work with. I'm happy to continue sharing that passion and expertise at venues such as Lotusphere, and also directly with IBM/Lotus customers who use those products.
One of the things I liked about working in consulting roles in the past, both as an IBMer and for other business partners, is the ability to take a fresh look at an environment and help customers see how they can improve their use of the products. That is Sakura Consulting's focus - to assist you, the customer, with getting the most out of your software implementation.
To that end, we offer services such as systems audits, to help you get a handle on best practices and whether your environment is adhering to them, as well as assistance in bringing your environment in line with recommended best practices; systems architecture, whether it is for a fresh implementation or revamping an existing one; troubleshooting and performance tuning, to help you get maximum stability, efficiency, and performance from your systems; and education, for everyone from systems administrators to end users. We have a much more detailed list of services, of course, and you're welcome to contact us if you would like to inquire further about them.
And again, I'll be here at Lotusphere all week, so stop by one of my sessions if you want more information, or just stop me in the hallways and say hi!
(By the way, since someone asked, Sakura means "cherry blossom" in Japanese. I really like cherry blossoms and go to the Cherry Blossom Festival at the BBG every year, and that's why I chose that name.)
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