Services

From concept through implementation and refinement, our advisory services can supplement and complement in strategy,  planning, acquistion, market reasearch, vendor selection, implementation oversight and performance measurement

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Planning

There is no such thing as a crystal ball  but we have successfully applied our decades of experience to anticipate and be prepared for the unknowns. This starts in the conceptualization and planning phase. Here are some of the few things we can assist you with:
- Concept to Project Charter
- Market research
- Go-to-Market strategy
- Financials & Resource planning
- Performance measures
- Governance and Risk management

Execution

The rubber meets the road here. Being prepared for the unknowns, keeping an eye on the ball and managing the risks brings you closer to success. Here is how we can help:
- Acquisition/Procurement strategies
- Subject matter expertise
- Product/Service provider selection
- Pricing  analysis
- Program management & Implementation oversight
PMO support for project governance and risk management

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Performance

The proof is in the pudding. Did the investment payoff can be answered by measuring the performance at key points an intervals and gives you the ability to fine tune the engines. Some of things we can do:
- Identifying and quantifying metrics and indicators
- Data insights into spend and revenues
- Cost avoidance and cost saving analysis
- Customer and supplier surveys
- Scalability and surge analysis
- Operations process refinement
- O&M models

Value Creation

In the end was it worth it? ROI of a project matters but creating value for your stakeholders and customers has a much broader impact on the future of the enterprise. Value creation is an ongoing process and needs to be quantified and refined. Here is how we can help:
- Integration  with upstream and downstream value additions
- Customer and supplier integration
- Building ecosystems and networks for cost and time efficiencies
- Integrated feedback mechanisms

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