eprentise’s Helene Abrams had heard the same story over and over: Large companies are by their very nature continually changing, and yet they often find that their business needs outstrip their IT – causing them to go into a fatal tailspin. Abrams and author Joshua Greenbaum join forces to tell this critical business story, To Think That I Thought That My Business Would Grow. Noting that the business model for IT has changed for both customers and System Integrators, To Think That I Thought That My Business Would Grow highlights that in order to remain competitive, companies need to be agile, reduce costs, and keep their systems in line with their business initiatives. In a direct and amusing style, this story explains the chain of unexpected consequences that develop when a major company decides to jump on the “latest and greatest” technologies and trends without focusing on the best decisions for the business itself. As the head of IT nears a deadline vital to the business, he finds himself in a series of predicaments. Yet the solution was hiding right “in plain sight.” While the drowning company fights for survival, Finished But Not Done® takes on a deeper meaning
Produced and Published by: eprentise, LLC
Directed by: Julissa Gonzalez
Written by: Joshua Greenbaum
Illustrated and Animated by: Peter Babakitis
Narrated by: Harrison Figura
Music Composed by: John Lewis
Based on an original idea by Helene Abrams of eprentise, LLC and she remained the driving force that brought it to fruition.