Technologies are a powerful source of GDP growth. As they continue to transform businesses and society, CIOs must provide a coherent digital growth strategy to Executive Committees. The challenges ahead require multiple actions: analyzing the impact of new technologies on business, fostering more agile collaboration, skills and operating models, and reconciling digital and IT legacy to enhance the overall IT experience.

Discover the key ideas and stakes driving our engagements in digital & IT strategy:

  • Leveraging the business with an efficient Digital Strategy
  • Combining IT agility with IT efficiency
  • Building augmented digital IT on your legacy


ABC / ABM, a performance lever for CIOs

The ABC / ABM model, used by numerous information system divisions to calculate the cost price of services rendered, needs to be refocused on its primary function: performance management.

Why your IT strategy has to rely on public Cloud first

Even organizations with advanced Cloud practices have a long way to go before becoming future-proof: serverless services, NoOps and Lego IT are tomorrow’s norms…

Software asset management: better management of your licences

According to a study published by Flexera Software and IDC, 85% of businesses are unknowingly using more software than permitted by their contracts with the publishers…

An effective ICT operating model – don’t underestimate its importance

Organisations today are more reliant than ever on their information and communications technology (ICT) services for their business activities. As such, it is imperative they can control and manage these services effectively.


Developing intelligent client capabilities through SIAM function

In light of previous ICT failures, Government departments have started to develop intelligent client capabilities. To what extent can the right SIAM strategy ensure successful ICT programs? Navigate the pros and cons of three tailor-made SIAM operating models.

Reversibility plan: preparing to change suppliers

Reversibility clauses have entered the mindsets of IT departments, which make systematic provisions for them in contracts that they enter into with outsourcers, third-party maintenance, and other service centers.

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