IT transformation success starts with “Alignment of business goals with IT goals”.
eBMS helps organisations to “Do the right things” by developing a Short term/ Medium Term and Long term IT Road Map which aligns with the business stake holders business goals.
The IT Roadmap helps to make an implementation plan based on “Customer IT Maturity” level, so that there is evolving IT eCulture in the organisation rather than a “big bang” approach where change management becomes a bottleneck.
The IT Roadmap design envisages and include plan for following; but always keeping at its core the business goals
Extended enterprise goals – both statutory and business driven
Governance and compliance frameworks
Business continuity planning
IT Team and their role in evolving the eCulture
Technical utilities and extensions its utility and impact on business processes and practices– mobile/ hand held devices / machine to machine interactions / embedded applications and hardware etc.
“ Doing things Right” - Process to Automation consulting from eBMS is the next logical step after the IT Roadmap
In a business - automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency; and automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency. Bill Gates
The eBMS consultants pool is uniquely qualified to help identify and address business process challenges of mid -sized organistions. Backed by the experience of more than 15 years experience in various industries, eBMS consultants would be able to make the connection between process changes and automation/ advanced automation. The consultants are experts that have decades worth of experience helping customers identify, prioritize and solve key “operational challenges “for their businesses.
It is critical for IT implementation success to have clear process and practices definition / redefinition and documenting the same.
This includes cognising the changes to processes due to automation and managing the changes in the existing processes and practices.
The processes and practices could then be classified into current and next best practices and aligned with the IT Road map.