Management’s world has changed dramatically in response to increasing global competitive pressures.
Business leaders realize that the two biggest problems they face today are short-term survival and having the strategic ability to take advantage of the economic recovery while optimizing the business with limited budgets.
Short-term survival increasingly focuses on reducing business process costs with more effective automation. In general, these automation techniques produce bottom line savings in excess of 40%.
For our clients, we have:
- Saved $43 billion in opportunity risks over a five-year period
- Invented an efficiency engine that performs 250 human years of work every 1.5 hrs with over 99% improvement over human error
- Achieved a 6000% increase in transaction processing speed
- Drove Compliance risk to zero and passed SAS70 audits 100%
- Achieved savings of $52 million per year through automation frameworks
- Achieved savings of $60 million per year using Translation Memory technology
- Managed over 400 SDLC release cycles with less than 0.02% error
Long-term strategic optimization steps contribute substantially to top line revenue growth as well as further improve operational efficiencies.
Long Term Strategic:
Where are we now?
In order to strategically take advantage of the impending recovery, we perform a corporate positioning analysis, including current state analysis, performance gap analysis, architecture, scalability and skills assessment
Where should we be going?
Market analysis for optimal positioning, vision and key strategic initiatives
How do we get there?
Plan of execution (Roadmap), supporting budget, Change Management Plan
What Value do we create?
Measure the incremental shareholder value as the roadmap milestones are reached
How do we optimize?
Sustain growth and implement a process of continuous improvement
Short Term Tactical:
Take advantage of the market by bringing in some of the talented specialists previously not available, such as architects, engineers, developers and security specialists
Rethink communication and management structures to be more agile and realistic
Put out current fires, stabilize the current systems, eliminate costly inefficiencies