OUR APPROACH TO YOUR ICT AS A PIVOTAL ELEMENT OF THE EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF A COMPANY.
- Business-driven: Harmonisation of the company and ICT strategy, organisation of systems to develop business outputs.
Adaptative: A flexible and quick response to changing business and strategy needs, adaptation to new technologies and new business products.
Pragmatic and fast: Support of key processes, assurance of functionalities and improvement of services hand in hand with managing the optimal amount of costs and risks taken.
Collaborative: Close cooperation with you from the very beginning, starting with the management of technology adaptation all the way to the achievement of expected results.
Customer-driven: Understanding how ICT impacts a company in working with customers and key business partners.
Evaluation of the current state of ICT strategy
The concrete focus of the ICT strategy is based on the global company-wide strategy. To ensure that ICT really effectively supports the company-wide strategy and does not become a mere “expense” reported in financial statements, it is necessary to set it up in an optimal way reflecting the needs of a company.
ICT security has lately become an increasingly discussed issue. The reason is the ever-increasing number of attacks on data and ICT structures in cyberspace, so-called cyberterrorism. It is no longer possible to ignore or accept cybersecurity risks since cyberterrorism can cause great material and reputational damage.
Project Management of ICT Projects
Any project management, not only IS/ICT project management, requires to plan, organize, monitor and check all project aspects in such a way that will ensure the achievement of the project objectives predefined based on agreed criteria. Without a capable project manager, the probability of the project’s success will be drastically diminished.
Implementation and unification of ICT standards and processes (services)
The objective of the implementation of standards in an organisation is to define the supported application architecture. The technological architecture maps identified application components to a set of technological components (HW and basic SW).