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Technology Strategy & Transformation
Deloitte’s specialists help organizations reset their IT strategy and implement the systems and solutions, including cutting-edge cloud services, to re-energize performance across the enterprise.
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Today’s IT and technology leaders in private & public sector are the multitasking wizards at the core of every successful enterprises and government services. They are expected not only to build, maintain, and minimize disruption to the organization’s core technology operations, but also to be innovation leaders, drivers of talent and new product gurus—all while keeping their eye squarely on the bottom line and cost of service.
Deloitte’s technology strategy and transformation specialists excel at smoothing your path.
We work with governments, public institutions and private sector enterprises to solve complex business issues by business process re-engineering, develop the strategies and implement the systems that build business value and drive performance. From system replacement to IT transformation, procurement, project management and implementing more efficient development processes, our professionals bring deep knowledge and experience to your most complex challenges.
We provide the vision, Technology Strategy, and roadmap for wide-scale transformations to your IT systems, infrastructure and operations, aligning the technological changes with business goals. We work with senior leadership to set the technology direction, help you define your target state—including desired components such as cloud services and on-premises functions—and prepare the plans for the transformation.
Our industry certified (TOGAF) solution architects guide you through new high-level Enterprise Architecture as well as architectures for applications, data, and infrastructure.
We undertake business process re-engineering across the value chain to reduce cost, improve processes, design, governance, benchmarking performance and will help your organization to drive increased value from technology adoption. Our teams support you by developing institutional strengthening and capacity building for IT operations.
Our Procurement services will help you select your technology vendors, providing guidance on complex issues such as the interaction between solution components to work toward a successful outcome and deliver performance, security, and scalability.
One of the biggest challenges facing IT and technology leaders is improving business agility and time-to-market. Our Project Management teams (certified in PMP, PRINCE, SCRUM and other certifications) will support you to manage development lifecycle and deliver systems faster. Working closely with your development partners we will guide you through change-management processes and enhance your capabilities to take pilot projects and run with them to efficient, successful deployment. Ask how they can work with you on coaching, training, design of agile development processes, refining KPIs, program management, and other deliverables.
We are also helping digital transformation of businesses and governments through use of new technologies. Emerging technologies in Analytics, Internet of Things (IoT), Block chain, Natural Language Processing (NLP), Geographical Information Systems (GIS) are revolutionizing industries and delivering quantum leaps in productivity. But its technological complexities require deep knowledge and attention to detail. Our teams provide clients with strategy, vision, roadmaps, and architecture to deploy and integrate emerging technologies into their operations.
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