Want to optimise your processes? Want to simplify your workflow and reduce errors (and therefore rework) at the same time? Silver Lining has a mission to help companies achieve their optimal performance, while all the time keeping the customers at the center of attention.
In 2015, Silver Lining will continue focus on expanding its expertise in Service and Process Management, based on the Lean Six Sigma methodology. Lean Six Sigma is geared towards continuously improving your company processes in a structured fashion. Whether it’s in IT development or industrial production, LSS has the tools to increase productivity, apply the Right First Time principle and majorly increase customer satisfaction. Combine this with the ITIL v3 framework and Silver Lining’s customer oriented approach and you have an optimal solution for improving your company’s services towards its (internal) customers!
Silver Lining also provides expert consultancy and training in (former) Adobe products such as Flex, AIR, LiveCycle Data Services, Acrobat, LiveCycle Designer, Captivate etc. We provide you with startup consultancy, process management, team management, presales support, audits, code reviews etc. Silver Lining works on knowledge transfer, with a focus to enable you and your team to become fully autonomous in any complex web, desktop or mobile project.
Training can be provided as standard authorized training courses from Adobe, as well as by means of custom trainings, tailor made to your specific needs. Intensive (multi-day) workshops are also one of the key aspects Silver Lining focusses on.
Whether you’re in Belgium or anywhere else in the world, it doesn’t matter where you are, Silver Lining takes the training to your location, so you don’t have to worry about moving your employees around.
Just as every storm cloud has a silver lining, so does every software problem and every training need. So if you have a project that needs expert assistance or you’re in need of a decent training or workshop offer, just get in touch and find your “Silver Lining”