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Strategie and management
IT Strategy Definition
Achieve new business objectives
A good IT strategy enables a flexible and efficient support of core business capabilities that are needed to achieve the business objectives. The strategy defines the target landscape, an achievable technology roadmap as well as an investment plan.
Risk and compliance management
Safeguarding the business
Businesses operate in an ever more complex environment where themes such as the GDPR Global Data Protection Regulation and cyber security have a profound impact on risk and information management. A clear information usage and process dependency analysis delivers a transparent risk map and a concise action plan to safeguard the business.
Products and services digitalisation
New products and services development
Products, markets and services are analysed on their respective digitalisation opportunities and potential roadmaps and customer journeys created.
Business Information Management
Better decisions through better insight
Business information is trapped inside the functional silos. An information analysis of the main KPIs and key capabilities forms the basis of a step-wise business intelligence approach, leading to a rapid insight into the organisational performance.
IT assets and capability verification Validation and valuation of the intellectual property and other IT assets, IT landscape, processes and capabilities on inherent value, efficacy, risks and strategic fit.
Ensuring operational business security
Risk, impact and availability analysis of the key business processes and data, leading to a gap analysis and contingency planning.
IT support of the business
Efficient high quality processes
The information management and support of the core capabilities and processes of the business are analysed, on the basis of which an optimised target IT landscape, an achievable technology roadmap as well as an investment plan are developed.
Processes, architecture and standards
Integration and data management
The right data for the right processes
The business process information model is analysed and a master data and information-flow concept created. Based on these, the correct data and integration architecture are derived to support the current and future information requirements of the company in an efficient manner.
Operational cost optimisation
Improved process efficiency through better IT support
Many operational processes are inefficient or ineffective, often caused by insufficient or inaccurate information supply. An information-flow analysis identifies these information gaps and defines effective solutions.
Operational cost optimisation
Analysis of the application landscape requirements, functional overlaps, performance weaknesses and gaps. Creation of a rationalisation plan to optimise costs and improve process support.
Customer interaction optimisation
Improved turnover and costs
Analysis of the optimisation opportunities of the customer interaction processes and integration points. Creation of a multi-channel customer journey strategy, target process landscape, architecture and roadmap.
IT organisation and partners
IT Organisational Alignment
IT Cost and Performance Optimisation Analysis of the IT organisation, its structure, processes, skills and culture, to ensure it is aligned to and can support the business strategy.
IT cost management
Improved IT cost control
Analysis and design of the IT financial planning, including budgeting processes and evaluation of the IT finances.
Partner cost and efficiency optimisation Analysis of the partner capabilities, performance, costs, overlaps, strategic skills, contractual incentives and fit to organisational culture and strategy.
IT project and service management
Project Management Processes
IT efficiency and risk management
Analysis of the project management processes in terms of flexibility, agility, efficiency and risk management.
Portfolio process optimisation
Demand process optimisation, project and portfolio evaluation and performance monitoring.