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With the rising cost of technology staffing and the wide range of skills needed to protect and nurture your IT investment, we understand it is critical to establish an overall set of technology strategies and plans that are aligned with the needs of your organization.
Today’s IT projects bring about more than just functional challenges. Issues such as security, scalability, redundancy, information architecture and speed of performance are just a few of the criteria that must be evaluated in the early stages of planning an information technology project.
Our IT consultants can handle projects large and small, from needs assessment through to implementation. The cornerstone to our best practices methodology is knowledge transfer to the client as the last and crucial component of the assignment completion.
As new functionality is needed, we help our clients understand the functional and technical adequacy of current systems, the functional requirements of the affected organization and the options available for addressing these needs.
We use cost/benefit analysis methods to understand the benefits that new technology investments can provide and the underlying costs required to realize these benefits. In addition, C-Systems monitoring strategies are frequently designed to help capture the forecasted benefits.
Technology architecture choices drive a company's ability to effectively and efficiently deliver services. Our knowledge of the current technology environment coupled with our ability to establish an architecture that meets your needs while improving reliability, flexibility and maintainability is second to none.
Using the vision for the Web site as the target environment and contrasting it with the assessment findings, we identify the major gaps in the current environment and create strategies and initiatives for closing those gaps.
Important components of our IT organizational transformation plans include adherence to methodologies, skills development strategies, workload distribution strategies, organizational structure and management effectiveness.
As economic and employment conditions change, organizations frequently discover a need to establish guidelines for the appropriate use of outside IT resources.
Project Types: IT Consulting
Features: Analysis, Planning, Desing and Implementation