IT operating model
Sourcing the right
capabilities skills people
at the right time fuels the need for transformation
Your IT or digital department still needs to keep things running whilst delivering new, transformative capabilities. Assessing and reviewing core competencies and future needs requires a combination of strategy, technology and people, all of which we provide to support you in creating your future operating model.
Defining your operating model
We document and define your current functionality and recommend a future operating model based on your strategy, costs and the capabilities that will add the most business value.
We’ve experienced first-hand organisations losing control through outsourcing their technology, ending up at the mercy of their MSP’s conditions.
We’ve also seen organisations retain their IT in-house and struggle to keep up with the pace of technological change, to the detriment of the business.
We work with you to define your IT requirements and determine the factors that will differentiate your business and add the most value.
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We often talk about Digital Transformations where we are all seeking to demonstrably improve how things work either for our enhanced digital customer experiences, staff productivity or supplier collaboration.
However, often there are several challenges around existing old Legacy IT.
Legacy IT is not bad; it simply can no longer meet future needs. This is due to rapid changes in how we want to use and consume technology. Your Legacy IT was just never meant to do some of the things we expect today.