Clear vision of where the company is heading with respect to its digital transformation by means of high-level analysis and diagramming of the company's current IT map, definition of a catalog of IT services offered to Business, and identification of the most appropriate organizational model to optimally manage information technologies in the company It includes the management of the complete life cycle of each of the services from the strategy, through the design, transition, operation and continuous improvement.
Economic analysis of the viability and return on investment of one or more technological initiatives. Useful for those companies with a medium or high degree of technological maturity and who have a very clear strategy to follow but who must objectively assess whether to opt for a series of initiatives or others. Identification of customer needs and experimentation with new viable digital value propositions in cycles of rapid innovation. Creation of cross-functional and cross-functional teams.
Analysis of IT solutions to determine the best fit for the needs of the company. Analysis of ROI, cost-benefit, pros, cons, functional, technical requirements, organizational constraints, budget constraints, market share, cost of licenses and offered support, among others. Identify processes that are capable of automation through cost-benefit analysis and comparisons of before and after. Aimed at those companies that have detected high costs, inefficiencies or manual dependence on certain critical and non-critical processes.
Creation of specifications for the acquisition of technological services from third parties. Market analysis based on business needs, pre-selection of suppliers and analysis of sector reports, detailed identification of functional and technical requirements, drafting of specifications, evaluation of proposals and choice of final supplier.