1. LOOK

Look

Before we begin, we take a good look around. We ask questions. A lot of questions. We believe the only way to provide the solutions your business requires is by knowing your IT infrastructure inside and out, top to bottom, and back to front. We’re pretty thorough like that. We don’t like to miss anything. So we don’t.

It’s all about discovery. It’s about objectively surveying your IT infrastructure in order to uncover issues and challenges that might arise as the project unfolds. And our goal is your goal – the successful completion of the project – so we improve our own odds by completing a full inspection before we get started.

Current State Assessment

This crucial step allows us to get a detailed view of your total environment, exposing areas of opportunity for cost reductions, performance enhancements, and critical risk mitigations. This thorough investigation allows us to better understand how IT is impacting your business, by shedding light on what is working well and what isn’t. Legacy challenges like high costs, lack of skilled resources, and inflexible business applications are typically identified during these assessments.  Think of it as a snap shot of your current environment.

Detailed Modernization Analysis

The goal of a DMA is to develop a comprehensive modernization plan. This 4-8 week, exhaustive external environmental analysis flags any issues and that must be addressed and suggests options for a modernization project. A comprehensive report is issued, containing all the information necessary to make decisions about, and get executive approvals for your legacy modernization project.

Modernization Project Audit Service

This audit is a third-party project evaluation. It looks at your existing modernization project objectively and provides suggestions for improving its organization and execution by examining two key areas. The first is Project governance, which studies how the project is administered, including an investigation of the communication processes, steering committee and decision-making process, assuring accountability and continuity by the appropriate team members. The second is Project management, which reviews the organizational structure, roles, accountability, methodology, and processes involved in the project, as well as the tools and metrics used to manage issues, defects, risk, and other variables.

 

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