Technology Strategy & Architecture
For most businesses today, technology is central to enabling strategy and execution excellence. Deloitte’s Technology Strategy & Architecture (TS&A) practice advises CIOs and other CxOs in developing and executing technology strategies that drive exceptional business value. In a world of accelerating change and technology innovation, Deloitte TS&A helps our clients identify areas that will make an impact on their business in order to drive focus on practical solutions that support the key business strategies. We help our clients by providing leading practices, thought leadership, solutions, subject matter experts with a global experience, and tools and accelerators to drive value quickly. Deloitte TS&A supports our clients through the solution lifecycle from initial technology enabled innovation leading to strategy and architecture, and working with our implementation practices to operationalize new solutions.
Sometimes, the business strategy includes a business acquisition, disposition, or merger. Our TS&A practice provides advice and implementation support to the merger teams responsible for designing the new IT function, setting synergy targets, and achieving Day 1 close.
Do you know how you use your IT spending? Can you explain it to your business? By implementing the Technology Business Management (TBM) framework, you can create a common language for IT, finance, and business departments to join forces in value conversations to get the most value from your IT spending.
Business interest in the Internet of Things continues to grow, with two trends driving an expansion of IoT applications and possibilities: the emergence of new wireless communications networks and the arrival of "edge computing" IT infrastructure. This publication takes a closer look at how dedicated networks and edge analytics will broaden adoption of IoT. To read the full publication, click here.
The technology sector’s interest in cognitive technologies is reaching fever pitch. This publication shares how some tech companies are using cognitive technologies to create innovative new products and services, pursue new markets, and even reimagine their businesses. To read the full article, click here.