Helping IT leaders define their digital vision and supporting them through the cultural and operational journey
A recent CIO survey conducted by Coeus indicated that 92% of all organisations are going through a transformation brought about by the digital revolution. More than ever companies are turning to their IT teams to differentiate them within their market, create new opportunities and either stay with or ahead of the game.
Digital is as much a mindset as it is a technology change. It can be everything from re-imagining your way to market to how you manage your logistics in the background, but as ever the most important aspect is that your digital aspirations do not become detached from your business ideals.
‘Digital’ can mean very different things to different sectors, and even company entities, so organisations need to define what ‘digital’ means to them, what is important and what links to their key activities and strengths. As ever, the most important aspect is that digital aspirations do not become detached from business ideals.
The challenge is to concentrate on what is core for the organisation, looking at priorities and understanding why change is needed.
It is vital to look far beyond what can sometimes be the triviality of the technology, when compared to the re-organisation of departments, skills and culture - the entire ecosystem needs to be understood to ensure that the best forms of implementation are used.
Another challenge is to see ‘digital’ as much more than technology change. Organisations often focus on the front-facing components of digital solutions, rather than looking at the entire ecosystem with a ‘front to back’ approach which often includes looking at the re-organisation of departments, skills and culture.
The Coeus Digital proposition is built from real world experience across multiple sectors. The Digital journey is specific to each company as it weaves into the business strategy and culture tightly, which is why we offer services that cover the business wide view of front to back digital solutions and processes.
We offer an end to end set of services that can support thoughout the journey.
We help from defining the vision to setting out the clear steps to take and pitfalls to avoid. We can:
Rapid Digital Review
Establish current digital capability, gaps and opportunities using the Coeus methodology. Engage with key stakeholders to identify the status in 5 key digital impact areas: Customer, Organisation, Process, Business Model and Technology.
Digital Strategy Development
Builds and expands on the RDR findings to develop a clear Digital strategy and roadmap that is clearly linked to business strategy and objectives, making good use of areas such as analytics and automation.
Review the existing IT architecture (internal and outsourced) to identify requirements and opportunities to integrate infrastructure, applications, data and suppliers. Assess risks associated with currency.
Assess the existing IT project and development process to identify the opportunities and challenges to implementing Agile and DevOps methodologies. Support implementation of any improvements.
Assess the eco-system of suppliers supporting Digital product development and delivery, and provide e2e support to locate, acquire, and embed the right suppliers to deliver a client Digital ambition.
Plan in detail and support the implementation of the short to medium term Digital Vision. Define a high-level plan for the longer-term solution, including optimization and lessons learned.
Ensure the sustainability of the Digital strategy through ensuring that the appropriate levels of supplier management, service delivery and technology leadership are embedded in the organisation.
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