Systems Health Check
- Infrastructures are continually changing yet technology configurations can often remain stagnant.
- Ensuring sustainable value starts with regular reviews of outcomes aligned to changing business needs.
Systems Health Check
- Infrastructures are continually changing yet technology configurations can often remain stagnant
- Ensuring sustainable value starts with regular reviews of outcomes aligned to changing business needs
As a consequence of digital transformation strategies, IT infrastructures are continually changing. Organisations regularly report losing the intended intermediate and longer term value from their initial technology investments. Sustainable value and effectiveness is vital in avoiding gaps in compliance.
All organisations have multiple projects running concurrently, with each project often having a direct or indirect impact on the wider scope of the Interconnected technology. Awareness and qualification of such impacts requires additional expertise, data, time and resource. This is often not available due to challenges in being able to prioritise the review and optimised use of each service. This leads to inflated project costs, lost productivity and project delays.
Expert Assistance and Regular Health Checks
✓ Technical Account Management (TAM)
✓ Service Account Management (SAM)
✓ Sustainable compliance to the standard
✓ Avoidance of hidden project costs
✓ Ensure avoidance of lost productivity
Real World Scenarios
Business Need Alignment
Review and validate configuration aligned to original business need.
Review and validate any changes made by the client.
Review development requirements, inclusive of updates and training.
Identify and make remediation recommendations of low / medium / high risk factors.
Gap Analysis & Impact Assessment
Our assessment and report approach, enables organisations to fully understand the true view of the current position and realise greater immediate, intermediate and longer term ROI.
Systems + Techniques = Effective Management
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Tel 0345 241 0000