| The mistake made in most IT projects is that they are
usually considered to be technical exercises and therefore completely turned over to
IT technicians. This oversight leads to a lack of attention for basic
management steps such as planning, organizing, executing and measuring, which is simply
the primary reason why the promises of most IT projects are too often left
unfulfilled. We believe that
these management steps must be introduced, practiced and ingrained if the
promise of the IT project is to be fulfilled.
Aims to evaluate the technical, economic and organizational feasibility of proposed computerization projects.
Aims to identify alternatives and to determine strategy of a computerization initiative.
Information Infrastructure Review
Aims to improve the capability of the existing information infrastructure to cater for existing and future needs.
Software Development Process Improvement
Aims to improve quality of application software that is developed internally by our clients.
Operation Continuity Planning
Aims to develop a realistic continuity plan of computer operation to ensure the continuity of critical business functions.