“Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory, tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.” —Sun Tsu, Ancient Chinese Military strategist.
To maximize results and compete successfully, every organization must have a clear and implementable strategy on how it will achieve value. IT is not just an enabler of business strategy but a strategic partner of business and must have its own business-aligned strategy articulating how it aims to add value.
An effective and efficient IT organization must have in place IT controls aimed at ensuring that the activities and resources of the organization are aligned to good governance critical to delivery of shareholder value.
Today’s regulatory environment is getting more complex and onerous. With a multitude of regulatory requirements and best practice frameworks, implementing good governance and complying with regulatory requirements can be a daunting task which can turn out far more expensive than the value it adds to business.
Enterprise Information Management
Information has become one of the most valuable asset any organization can have. With technologies and concepts such as Big Data and Insights & Analytics, Enterprise Information Management has taken center stage at corporate agenda. Together, they promise to transform the way companies do business, as they gain better insights of their customers, industry, economy and trends
Enterprise Information Management has a number of disciplines critical to managing and using data as an asset.
• Data Governance
• Data Architecture Management
• Data Security Management
• Reference & Master Data Management
• Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence Management
• Document & Content Management
• Meta-data Management
• Data Quality Management
Building a resilient organization capable of responding to competition swiftly and transforming business operations requires a mature Enterprise Architecture capability.
Enterprise Architecture is a foundation on which effective and efficient organizations are built. It ensures that there is documented understanding of how the organization currently operates and what transformation is key to deliver value and remain competitive.
EA can deliver a multitude of benefits depending on the aims and objectives of the organization.
IT Value Management
One of the most common problems faced by organizations today, regardless of size, revenue, and industry or business model is how to ensure that IT delivers value. The decision to make large-scale investments in information technology as well as the complex challenges in ensuring that these investments are efficiently transformed into concrete enterprise value need to be managed.
Far too often this value is not realized and the big challenge is how and what to measure. Managing IT Value should start with IT strategy and the elements key to a successful IT Value Management.
Advisory and Coaching
We provide IT advisory services to executives to help them steer their IT organisations in the right direction and delivering value to customers.
For IT executives we offer coaching services to help them manage IT organisations and demonstrative IT value.
Financial Services, Banking and Payment
Financial services are fast moving to digital and this has spared the emergence of Fintechs. Customers demand convenient and secure solutions. We have expertise to advise and support companies build financial solutions that meet the 21st century demands.