To support the evolving technology demands of organizations, primarily in the healthcare and education sector, Millennium Enterprise Corporation (MEC) is providing them with a wide range of reliable, cost-effective, and innovative IT services and products. The company specializes in web technology services, mobile application development, web design, and cloud computing, and empowers clients with innovative technology solutions that maximize cost avoidance with minimal risks. “We help organizations and their people to collaborate in the virtual world through cutting-edge technology and the right infrastructure,” mentions Minh Nguyen, founder and CEO of Millennium Enterprise Corporation. With its extended reality (XR) solutions, MEC humanizes the experience of interactions and enables greater immersion and productivity for the remote workforce.
According to Nguyen, the biggest challenge for businesses during the current crisis is information overload. “Information overload is almost the same as having no information,” he says. As there is a myriad of collaboration tools available on the market, identifying the right one is an uphill task for many organizations. MEC’s rich expertise, specifically in telemedicine and remote learning solutions, becomes a lifesaver in such situations. The competent team at MEC helps dissect the massive amounts of information and narrows down to the best strategies and solutions to implement what best fits a client’s needs. At the core, the innovation at MEC is driven by its team of subject-matter experts who bring over 30 years of experience to provide the ideal technology solutions and services to their clients.
To minimize the risks of innovation while implementing new technology, MEC follows a five-pronged “hand rule.” As the first step, the company evaluates a client’s existing infrastructure. This helps MEC’s engineers understand whether the infrastructure can support the technology they bring in or if it requires certain modifications. After that, the team assesses the client’s business requirements and the needs of their users to choose the right technology that fits the bill.
To put things in perspective, Nguyen illustrates the story of a government agency that approached MEC for enabling real-time collaboration among their field staff and humanizing the interactions. MEC brought their people together under one roof using cutting edge XR technology. The company used its proprietary solution, Chameleon—a personal computing device—to achieve this feat. MEC also deployed an offline mobile solution that allowed seamless collaboration even in the absence of internet connectivity for long periods of time. By leveraging MEC’s solutions, the client was able to increase the efficiency of their teams by 70 percent and gain a high return on investment.
We help organizations and their people to collaborate in the virtual world through cutting-edge technology and the right infrastructure
Such success stories stem from the experience and expertise of MEC’s biggest asset—its people. As such, the company invests in not only its employees but also in building a unique culture underpinned by “mutual trust” between the employees and the senior leadership. Progressing further down the road to innovation, MEC will continue expanding on its remote solutions while layering them with the latest technologies to rise to the ever-evolving needs of customers.
While failure is often considered the ladder to success, Nguyen begs to differ. He emphasizes, “The dichotomy between a good and bad failure while adopting a fresh, innovative technology is distinct. If a company follows our ‘hand rule’ and yet fails due to an oversight or unprecedented disruption, it can be considered a good failure. You learn from such mistakes and build a better product or user experience in the long run. However, if the failure results from the lack of due diligence, it is solely a bad failure and must be avoided at all costs.”