Transformation implementation strategy, whether it be to improve a customer service programme or introduce a new technology, it requires direction.
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We are deeply versed across the transformation sphere aimed at excellent end-to-end implementation strategy. During the transformation the clear orientation to the future is maintained. An aligned vision on providing the required guidance for the entire transformation including aimed at developers, IT-governance, configuring Cloud services, security, resiliency, and compliance risks.
Process alignment according to: Shape and guide the digital transformation end-to-end and align IT-business.
- establish governance structure,
- tracking interdependencies,
- balancing constraints,
- implementation of digital technologies,
- systematic evaluation of processes.
Process alignment according to: Once the objectives are probable, programme milestones and identifiable costs are activated. The decision for CAPEX and-or OPEX is tailored to the AS-IS situation, the organization’s requirements, the timeline and the intended strategic benefits.
- CAPEX/OPEX budget reporting,
- capital expenditures monitoring throughout the lifecycle,
- transparently dashboard expenditures displaying,
- CAPEX/OPEX to weighing up long- and short-term decisions.
Process alignment according to: Benefits for transformation processes.
- programme management team focus,
- application of industry standards,
- delivering benefits throughout the life cycle.
Process alignment according to: Automation enables and promotes digital transformation. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) focuses on
- solutions for repetitive manual tasks,
- solve Fte shortages,
- cost reduction,
- effective data management.
Process alignment according to: Cloud strategy migration.
- RAID -control risks, actions, assumptions, challenges, dependencies-,
- boost synergies, maintain operations seamlessly and prevent disruptions.
Operational Office Reporting:
- process management
- programme status
- programme risk
- resource availability
- implementation Cloud
Process alignment according to: Cloud implementation IaaS, PaaS, SaaS and VaaS.
- Cloud gap analysis,
- aligned IT contracts review,
- future scalability requirements.
Digital transformation refers to the process of integrating digital technology and tools. Transformation offers opportunities and entails potential new risks. Transformation is changing the way we work and represents a new phase in the broader arc of technology use in our society.
Organisations are continuously investing in new technologies and platforms (32% i.e. 2021) and in upgrading legacy systems (33% i.e. 2021) to achieve stated digital transformation goals. The International Data Corporation (IDC) businesses will spend approximately 2.8 trillion dollars globally on digital transformation by 2025. Excluding additional costs of mergers – acquisitions and partnership – third party restructuring. Digital transformations are long-term investments with savings as a result. By digitizing information-intensive processes, costs can be saved up to (80% i.e. 2021).
The European Commission is committed to the “Digital Decade” with a focus on data, technology, infrastructure and attention to the development of AI in a human-centric, transparent and responsible way, thereby strengthening Europe’s digital sovereignty (i.e. 2023)
Digital transformation delivers positive results for streamlining processes, leveraging data and transforming to new business models. The ability to apply digital technologies that lead to transformation in business models are shown in the progress bar. The ranking is based on the criteria: knowledge, technology and future readiness.