Even after years of consolidation and standardization, which led to huge improvements in efficiency and reliability, most infrastructure leaders work in environments that they believe are too inflexible, provide too few capabilities to business partners, and require too much manual effort to support. Addressing these problems to create more scalable and flexible next-generation infrastructure will require sustained actions in multiple dimensions. Organizational capacity is one of the perennial frustrations in enterprise infrastructure—there is never enough managerial, operational, or technical talent to provide day-to-day service delivery while pursuing necessary improvements.
We help clients develop IT strategies that are tightly aligned to business goals and corporate priorities, and to design organization and governance approaches to deliver the highest value. Our consultants bring a deep understanding of the client’s industry, technology trends, and business needs to help develop an IT strategy that supports and enables the broader business goals. These strategies draw heavily on our experience in helping clients redesign IT functions such as application development, infrastructure, or lean IT, and on our knowledge of business strategy and dynamics.
- IT infrastructure/Design/Strategy
- Systems Engineering
- Data Center Design, Management, and Operations
- Enterprise/Virtualization/Cloud Computing
- Enterprise Architecture/ Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
- Cyber Security
- Process Reengineering
- Information Technology Service Management (ITSM)
- Agile Methodology (Lean, Scrum, Kaban)