What does being highly responsive actually mean?

TSR was recently asked to support an ambitious content development project for a large broadcast media client, so they could deliver their considerable array of programs through a wider variety of mobile devices.

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What does being highly responsive actually mean?

TSR was recently asked to support an ambitious content development project for a large broadcast media client, so they could deliver their considerable array of programs through a wider variety of mobile devices.

TSR consultants are engaged with their engineering group on several big projects that will deliver their media content to most mobile devices, game consoles, and even through the newly released Apple TV. Here, the underlying objective is to provide their content directly, reaching the most user-subscribers without any intermediary providers.

The first step is to make their mobile platform available not only on smart phones, but on other devices such as X-Box, Play Station, plus a variety of tablets. Next, is the goal of delivering more behind the scenes content to an even wider range of consumers.

But the foremost objective is to make their content the most interactive imaginable. Specifically, by providing consumers the ability to select alternate endings, offer commentary and approvals at specific points in the programming, and more. It’s all coming soon, so as they say in the broadcast industry: stay tuned.

Fortune 1,000 Companies

How do you get to work with some of the largest companies in America, and the world?

By being responsive to change. And to our client companies.

TSR has such a reputation. For over 40 years, we’ve specialized in IT recruiting and staff augmentation. And during the past five decades we have been witness to some remarkable changes in computing, programming, software development and all things IT-related.

There are many hundreds of companies engaged in some variety of recruitment and placement. The competition is sizeable and sometimes hard to distinguish. So how do we stand out in a “vendor-neutral” world, with similar claims and overlapping capabilities?

By focusing more on meticulous service than on selling. By quietly and consistently fulfilling clients’ requirements rather than shouting about how good we are. Sticklers for thorough vetting and for detail, we pride ourselves on translating client company needs into TSR’s distinctive responsiveness.

After all, it’s one thing to get on a Fortune 1000 firm’s Approved Vendor List. It’s quite another to stay on it for 10, 15 or 20 years.