A Repeatable, Custom Solution for CCPA

VIDEO | This video breaks down the business problem CCPA presents and outlines a solution approach to comply with the privacy law.

California Consumer Privacy Act: Solution Approach

How to Comply with CCPA Requirements

In this video, you’ll gain a high-level understanding of how your organization can comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) using a solution-based approach.

1:00-3:29 Minutes | Defining the Business Problem

You’ll gain a basic understanding of the business problem CCPA presents to organizations by looking at it from two perspectives: The consumer making a request and an internal employee who is tasked with responding to the consumer request.

Demonstration of a Solution Approach to CCPA

3:30-5:42 | Consumer Request

You’ll walk through how a consumer would make a CCPA request from your website. CCPA requires organizations provide a Do Not Sell My Personal Information link on their websites that allows the consumer to make that request, as well as a request to delete their personal information or have their personal information shown to them.

5:42-10:00 | Internal Process

This section of the video shows how an internal team member can review and respond to a consumer requesting to have their information shown to them. This solution approach also allows for a manual review process that can be integrated with an automated one.

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Internet of Things: Connecting the Physical World to Your Business

Leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) to make the ever-growing network of devices talk to existing services or new products.

Companies are looking to use Internet of Things (IoT) to connect, modernize, or invent services and products. Extremely large volumes of sensitive data come out of IoT ecosystems. Preparing for how you plan to use and secure the data are essential conversations to have from the start.

See how Trility helped three clients build new products and services, expand solutions, and invent new ways to create efficiencies and experiences to their customer’s delight.

When we needed a team that could come in with practical solutions to our aggressive goals, we went with Trility because they offer predictable, repeatable software development processes that can scale to our needs.

Jesse / Samsung SmartThings

Four Things Cloud Service Providers Won’t Tell You that Could Be Costing You Money

Cloud adoption requires adopting a new mindset to provide a return on investment.

The Bottom Line // Moving to the cloud requires a new way of thinking and managing services. Cloud adoption requires adopting a new mindset to provide a return on investment. Start with a clear goal, preferably a specific application or service, as you take your company to the cloud to minimize the cost of acquisition while your teams learn and grow in the new environment.

Download our handout and read the four things you can do to ensure the cost of acquisition is minimized and the return on investment is maximized.

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Welcome Rhonda to the Team!

Trility Consulting hires Rhonda O’Connor as Director of Marketing.

Trility Consulting, a Trility Group Holdings company, is proud to announce Rhonda O’Connor has joined the Trility Consulting team as Director of Marketing. In this role, Rhonda is responsible for leading and executing marketing strategies to align and meet Trility Group Holdings’ core business objectives. But if you ask her, her role is to keep everyone busy with new opportunities that will become repeat customers.

Rhonda O’Connor
Director of Marketing

Rhonda is a strategic marketer with decades of experience formulating and executing strategies. Her most recent experiences in the tech space will assist in scaling Trility’s existing success.

“Rhonda brings a history of solving problems with strategies that deliver optimal results. Her experience in the technology space brings a deep understanding of the marketing and sales process and will help create measurable results and efficiencies in those areas,” said Peder Malchow, Chief Revenue Officer for Trility Group Holdings. “Her ability to clearly communicate the value and benefits of services and products will help our team continue to deliver positive outcomes.”

Trility Consulting is a leading provider of measurable outcomes for C-Suite executives. Trility provides strategic management consulting, digital transformation expertise, and advanced technical solutions for forward thinking global businesses.

For more information, contact Rhonda at rhonda@trility.io or 515-321-4829.

Welcome Alex to New Role!

Trility Consulting hires Alex T. Hart as Vice President of Risk and Compliance.

Trility Consulting, a Trility Group Holdings company, is proud to announce Alex T. Hart has joined the Trility Consulting team in a new role as Vice President of Risk and Compliance. In this role, Alex will be responsible for growing the risk, compliance and information security division of the company. Alex will build, sell and service clients in these facets of the business, as well as, work with the Trility leadership team to grow strategic customer accounts and leverage partner relationships that align with Trility Group Holdings’ core business objectives.

Alex T. Hart, M.A., M.P.A.
Vice President, Risk and Compliance

Alex takes on this new role at Trility Consulting after serving as an Information Security Advisor to the firm for the past two years. Alex brings a wide variety of regulatory compliance and privacy experience with him in the health care, insurance, financial services (fintech) and government industries. He also previously served as a staff member to the United States Senate Committee on Finance focused on health policy, finance and information technology.

“Alex brings a great deal of regulatory compliance, threat detection and privacy experience with him which greatly applies to the digital transformation needs of today’s companies,” said Matthew D Edwards, Chief Executive Officer for Trility Group Holdings. “I have worked with Alex in multiple past chapters. I know he thoroughly enjoys working with clients to determine what compliance standards apply to their organizations and to help put operational frameworks in place guiding their compliance behaviors thereafter. It is no small task and Alex enjoys the journey. We’re excited to have him on the team!”

Trility Consulting is a leading provider of measurable outcomes for C-Suite executives. Trility provides strategic management consulting, digital transformation expertise and advanced technical solutions for forward thinking global businesses.

For more information, contact Alex directly via alex@trility.io or 312-574-0939.

Welcome Rob to the Team!

Trility Consulting hires Rob Andersen as Director of Business Development for the Iowa, Nebraska and Minnesota regions.

Trility Consulting, a Trility Group Holdings company, is proud to announce that Rob Andersen has joined the Trility Consulting team as Director of Business Development. In this role, Rob will be responsible for direct sales and client engagements in Iowa, Nebraska and Minnesota. Rob will be developing strategic customer accounts and referral partner relationships that align with Trility Group Holdings’ core business objectives.

Rob Andersen
Director of Business Development

Rob Andersen
Director of Business Development

Rob joins our team with a proven track record as a problem solver for the past 10 years in the technology and business solutions fields.

“Rob brings a great network with strong relationships due to his ability to listen and understand the specific needs of his clients,” said Peder Malchow, Chief Revenue Officer for Trility Group Holdings. “I have worked with Rob in the past and have always been impressed with his ability to connect with others. We are very excited to have him and his enthusiasm onboard this team!”

Trility Consulting is a leading provider of measurable outcomes for C-Suite executives. Trility provides strategic management consulting, digital transformation expertise and advanced technical solutions for forward thinking global businesses.

For more information, contact Rob directly via rob@trility.io or 515-238-5816.

Welcome Greg to the Team!

Trility Consulting hires Greg Buckner as Director of Business Development for the Greater Chicago, Wisconsin and Illinois regions.

Trility Consulting, a Trility Group Holdings company, is proud to announce Greg Buckner has joined the Trility Consulting team as Director of Business Development. In this role, Greg will be responsible for direct sales and client engagements in the Greater Chicago area and the Wisconsin/Illinois regions. Greg will be developing strategic customer accounts and referral partner relationships that align with Trility Group Holdings’ core business objectives.

Greg Buckner
Director of Business Development

Greg Buckner
Director of Business Development

Greg joins our team after an already successful career providing business and technology services to his clients for the past 20 years across the Midwest.

“Greg brings a wealth of industry and technology sales experience to the Trility Consulting team. He will apply those experiences to his new position at Trility Consulting and focus on leveraging strategic and emerging technologies to drive defined business outcomes.”  said Peder Malchow, Chief Revenue Officer for Trility Group Holdings. “He has a proven track record of success and understands the importance of true relationship building with customers. We’re excited about Greg joining our team and leading the Greater Chicago area’s sales efforts.”

Trility Consulting is a leading provider of measurable outcomes for C-Suite executives. Trility provides strategic management consulting, digital transformation expertise and advanced technical solutions for forward thinking global businesses.

For more information, contact Greg directly via greg@trility.io or 309-310-7230.

Welcome Kori to the Team!

Trility Consulting hires Kori Long as Talent Delivery Lead for Iowa-based and national teams!

Trility Consulting, a Trility Group Holdings company, is proud to announce Kori Long has joined the Trility Consulting team as Talent Delivery Lead based in Des Moines. In this role, Kori will be responsible for developing talent acquisition strategies and hiring plans to ensure our team grows methodically to serve the needs of our family of companies and our clients. Kori will be an integral part of our team identifying new talent, locally and nationally, as Trility Consulting expands.

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Kori Long
Talent Delivery Lead

Kori brings a broad range of experience from Client Service Management, Project Management and Recruiting, as well as, being an active member in many community organizations in the technology and quality spaces. Kori will apply her former experiences to her new role at Trility Consulting focusing on engaging with great people in the Business Management and Technology Consulting spaces. Kori’s work will additionally help ensure our company growth, client and employment outcomes are consistently met because of great people, great teams.

“We are very excited to have Kori on the team,” said Brenton Rothchild, Chief Operations Officer at Trility Group Holdings. “Kori has a reputation of finding great people and working with great clients. She is also an active member of the greater Des Moines community working to make Iowa one of the best places to live and work. We’re happy she chose to work with us and look forward to our team and company growth as a result of her work!”

Trility Consulting is a leading provider of measurable outcomes for C-Suite executives. Trility provides strategic management consulting, digital transformation expertise, and advanced technical solutions for forward thinking global businesses.

For more information about the Trility Consulting team or open opportunities, please contact Kori Long at Kori@trility.io or 641-431-1779.

Welcome Cari to the Team!

Trility Consulting hires Cari Thompson as Director of Business Development for the Des Moines and Iowa market!

Trility Consulting, a Trility Group Holdings company, is proud to announce Cari Thompson has joined the Trility Consulting team as Director of Business Development for the greater Des Moines and Iowa market. In this role, Cari will be responsible for direct sales and client engagements in Des Moines and throughout the state of Iowa. Cari has also been entrusted to grow strategic customer accounts and referral partner relationships that tactically meld with Trility Group Holdings’ core business objectives.

Cari Thompson
Director of Business Development


Cari brings a broad range of experience to her new position at Trility Consulting, including selling enterprise software and leading client implementations, to leading new business efforts and managing the Des Moines market for a national technology resource and solutions company, to launching a new sales channel to support Fortune 1000 clients with the Top 10 national recruitment advertising agencies in the US.

“We are very excited about Cari’s plans for our direct sales efforts,” said Peder Malchow, Chief Revenue Officer at Trility Group Holdings. “Cari has a stellar track record of successful engagements and is a true trusted advisor for many clients in and around the Des Moines market. She is a driven professional capable of delivering creative solutions to achieve our client’s desired outcomes.”

Trility Consulting is a leading provider of measurable outcomes for C-Suite executives. Trility provides strategic management consulting, digital transformation expertise and advanced technical solutions for forward thinking global businesses.

For more information or to connect with Cari Thompson, she can be reached at cari@trility.io or 515-707-3967.

Growth Requires A Plan

Achieving growth, change and success without a plan is a blessing. And these blessings lead many to believe they don’t need a plan. Said folks may even believe they are smarter than most and didn’t a plan in the first place.

For the rest of us, achieving growth, change and success over and over again in a predictable, repeatable manner that consumers and shareholders can bank on requires a plan.

In our personal lives we refer to this structure as goals and plans. In companies we tend to state things in the form of strategic objectives and roadmaps.

When we ask kids what they want to be when they grow up, they often (understandably) have no idea, let alone what it will take to get there. Yet, they are exploring and dreaming — limited only by their imagination (Figure 1).

When we ask young adults how far they want to go in the sport of their choice. They often state, “We want to win it all.” And they go on the journey with an idea of a plan (the season schedule), objectives (win all of the time) and a goal (be the best). They may not understand everything necessary to get there, but they are on the road to understanding. Experience helps. These young adults are only limited by their will to win and dedication to the journey.

We ask professionals in organizations about their personal and professional goals and the answers are often crystallized into promotions, higher salary, more responsibility, bonuses, achieving professional certifications and recognition. These folks often understand goals are composed of one or more objectives which require tasks to achieve them and are limited only by time, opportunity and a plan. Experience breeds wisdom.

Now consider companies themselves. Do they have strategic objectives for the coming year or years? Are there roadmaps spanning the organization which help the company achieve those objectives?

If there are strategic objectives, does everyone in the company know what they are? Should they? And if there are roadmaps, do they map to fulfilling the corporate objectives? Do all of the team members know how their projects relate to the roadmap which leads to achieving the strategic objectives?

Not having strategic objectives and a roadmap is one class of problem. Have objectives and roadmaps without general population knowledge and understanding of what they are, what they mean and how we’re all getting there together? Different class of problem to solve.

Can you imagine a company that has no clear objectives, no roadmap, has experienced intermittent growth, change and success without a plan and believes working hard and being busy is actually the plan?

Figure 1. “The relationship between age, wisdom, plans and goals.”

Ask any adult their plans for a holiday. They will most likely tell you exactly when it starts, where they are going, how they will get there, what they plan to do with a timeline, when they start for home, when they will be back at work and generally how much the whole endeavor will cost.

We need to see the same attention to detail in corporate strategic objective setting, roadmaps and projects.

“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?”

“That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat.

“I don’t much care where–” said Alice.

“Then it doesn’t matter which way you go,” said the Cat.

“–so long as I get SOMEWHERE,” Alice added as an explanation.

“Oh, you’re sure to do that,” said the Cat, “if you only walk long enough.”

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge (pseudonym, Lewis Carroll). Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. London. Macmillan and Co.1865. Chapter 6.

A parting thought: whether we discuss children, young adults, professionals or corporations, the journey will require much of us — including money. Most people are happy to spend money on children, young adults and ourselves in pursuit of goals. And most folks are happy to spend their company’s money as well.

Question: If this were your company and your money, how would you feel about the company and people spending your money without clear strategic objectives and a roadmap to get there?