Service Areas
Delivering Solutions While Delivering Your Capabilities


Organizational Transformation Interactive Systems Business Intelligence Transactional Systems Business Management PMO Enterprise Architecture Portfolio Management Delivery Support Project Management Architecture Requirements Management QA/Testing Cloud Computing Organizational Effectiveness

Our goal is to help transform IS/IT organizations from cost centers to value centers that run as businesses and are sources of competitive advantage. We do this from the executive level down to every project we are involved with. At the enterprise level, our expertise lies in Organizational Transformation, Leadership Development, Service Management, Program Management, IT Portfolio Management, Enterprise Architecture, Client Relationship Management, Enterprise Requirements Management, Budgets, Resource Management and Metrics. We also support the delivery of projects and services through Project Management, Technology Architecture, Business and Systems Analysis and QA/Testing. All of our people are leaders in their respective disciplines, and can produce deliverables, train and mentor, and help to transform organizations.


We provide our services on a one-to-one relationship basis, tailoring our delivery to each client. We offer fixed bid IS/IT management consulting and project/program delivery as well as time-and-materials-based staff extension. Ask your IS Leaders Account Executive how we can help to ensure your success delivering competitive advantage to your enterprise through the effective use of information systems.

Healthcare IT Consulting

Architecture

The role of the information technology (IT) architect is one of the least understood roles in IT. The discipline of architecture has formally existed since the 1600’s, and has been developed into a profession with an educational program and professional certification. Yet in IT the role of the architect is still being developed.

IS/IT Business Management

In today’s economic climate, the competition for capital within organizations is fierce. For the Information Systems (IS) departments, the challenge is made more difficult by the memory of Y2K, large ERP expenditures, and the dot-com boom and bust, as well as many IS organizations’ track records of delivering projects. Yet, information technology (IT) is becoming more and more integral to running any business.

Enterprise Architecture

In today’s economic climate, the competition for capital within organizations is fierce. For the Information Systems (IS) departments, the challenge is made more difficult by the memory of Y2K, large ERP expenditures, and the dot-com boom and bust, as well as many IS organizations’ track records of delivering projects. Yet, information technology (IT) is becoming more and more integral to running any business.

Organizational Transformation

In order to provide maximum business value, your Information Systems or Information Technology (IS/IT) organization needs to work together effectively. Most new technology or process improvement initiatives fail not because of technology, but due to the natural cultural and organizational resistance to change. The lack of a plan for how to address organizational issues and prepare your people for change is a sure recipe for failing to meet any significant objectives of improving your organization’s capabilities and results.

Cloud Computing Consulting

Cloud Computing is rapidly gaining momentum as the next paradigm in delivering Information Technology (IT) capabilities to organizations. It consists of dynamically scaling and virtualizing IT assets such as servers, desktops, applications, etc., in order to create services to consume instead of owning and managing technology assets. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) as well as other newly defined services are included. These have been made feasible by the development of the Internet (the Cloud), virtualization technology, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and myriad new vendor-hosted service offerings.

Interactive – Web 2.0 Consulting

The World Wide Web has revolutionized communication and made the World seem a smaller place to live and work. The ability to find information instantly across the globe from a seemingly endless supply of sources, has made everything from research to shopping faster and easier and has empowered computer users like never before. In the 1990′s and early 2000′s nearly every organization was looking to establish a ‘presence’ on the Web, and early eCommerce adopters were discovering how to do business on it.

Requirements Management

In order to produce high quality systems, or indeed for any project to succeed, one must have good requirements. Focusing on the wrong priorities wastes resources, time and money. The end result: failed projects and unsatisfied customers. Requirements Management (RM) is the set of activities encompassing the collection, control, analysis, filtering, and documentation of a system's requirements.

Project Management

It has been said that the project is the unit of work of change in any organization. In information Technology organizations (IT) any new solution required for a customer becomes a project. IT has embarked on a mission to improve its ability to successfully deliver its projects, but the statistics show that project delivery capability (PDC) is still lacking: 90% of IS projects are delivered late, 50% are over budget, 50% fail to meet objectives, and 30% are cancelled prior to completion (sources: Gartner Group and Aberdeen Group).