Harnessing the power of technologies requires businesses to overcome complex systems integration challenges, both within the organization’s own walls, and with its external partners, suppliers, and customers. Deloitte’s systems integration specialists can help companies manage the complexity inherent with technology and solve business challenges through the integration of technology — as discrete services or comprehensive solutions. We offer both advisory and implementation services to help companies better manage their technology organizations and portfolio of technology assets.
From major capital projects and transformations to strategic initiatives of all types and complexity , Deloitte’s Project Management Office (PMO) services can help you control and monitor variables throughout a project’s life cycle to keep it on track and delivering against its objectives. PMOs are particularly helpful in large system integration projects and in supporting technology transformation. Our PMO services also help improve project dynamism, efficiency, and cost effectiveness.
Above all, your organization’s technology systems should support your business needs. Deloitte provides an extensive portfolio of custom system design and development services that approach complex and multidimensional IT challenges from a business perspective.
Testing is where IT and business meet. As businesses continue to grow, it becomes ever more essential — and ever more challenging — to have business applications support multiple business units with sufficient maturity and robustness. Centralized testing services are helping many organizations achieve this goal while controlling business risks.
Middleware is the essential link between your technology operating systems and the applications your business relies on every day. Deloitte’s Integration and Middleware services cover the whole value chain relating to the definition and deployment of integration and middleware architectures.
Assisting clients with application architecture design, assessment and optimization including definition, documentation and implementation of new application architectures; review and evaluation of key attributes of existing application architectures and, recommendation and validation of improvements to existing Application Architectures.
CIO as chief integration officer
As technology transforms existing business models and gives rise to new ones, the role of the CIO is evolving rapidly, with integration at the core of its mission. Increasingly, CIOs need to harness emerging disruptive technologies for the business while balancing future needs with today’s operational realities. This publication describes how CIOs can help drive innovation by serving as a link between the business strategy and the IT agenda—fusing the vision for tomorrow with the realities of today. To read the full article, click here.
The journey to government’s digital transformation
Government bodies seeking to make the transformation to digital are often hampered by cultures, processes, and skill sets that are out of step with a technologically advanced, citizen-centric era. How can they overcome these barriers? Click here to read the full article.
Gov on the go
Government can do plenty of small but important things with mobile technology, from improving service delivery to streamlining work flow. But if public agencies truly want to reap gains from their investment, they will need to use mobile technology to redefine their approach to problem solving. Read the full article by clicking here.