Digital Transformation

The execution plan is created consisting of all activities with their accountable and responsible owners. Dependences on resources and other activities are captured and addressed. The journey is planned in stages of no more than a few months, each stage delivering tangible and measureable benefits in a well balanced mix within the plan, design, build and run domain. Priority is according business criticality, return on investment and immediate evidence of improvement, with maturity (as defined in the maturity model) improving at each pass to the level desired for a specific change.

Digital Business from BPR

BPR is a strategy based on aspiration. BPR is about proactively working with an organization to change their business infrastructure (people, processes, technology, culture, etc.) to not only survive, but to thrive in today’s rapidly changing business space.  
BPR is typically driven by rapid growth (the need for scalability), mergers and acquisitions (integration of operations), pre/post IPO (transformation to an operating company) or restructuring to improve organizational effectiveness and operational efficiency.   

Lean Six Sigma is used for our approach . L6S is a process improvement methodology designed to eliminate problems, remove waste and inefficiency, and improve working conditions to provide a better response to customers’ needs.

It combines the tools, methods and principles of Lean and Six Sigma into one popular and powerful methodology for improving your organization’s operations.

Privacy & Security

Data is increasingly becoming the most valuable currency in the digitally-focused world in which we now live and work. As such, the idea of obtaining data without consent or knowledge and using it for nefarious purposes or to extort money is becoming a hazard that's par for the course.In an age of rampant data theft and aggressive but important legislation, such as GDPR, every IT facility in an organisation must be secure. That not only requires implementing security safeguards but also training and educating employees. With the majority of cyber security incidents being the result of employee error, it's important that a CISO is looking both internally and externally for potential threats.