As companies big and small find themselves moving towards a different way of working, they will have to consider digital innovation. The advice from a local specialist company is – hold your nerve!
That’s the advice from a local digital innovation consultancy – Encompass Innovate.
As companies big and small find themselves moving towards a different way of working then the advice from a local specialist company is – hold your nerve!
That’s the advice from a local specialist company Encompass Innovate.
“Anyone involved in even the most simple of IT projects will know that things don’t always go as smoothly as planned. So, when a large-scale business transformation project in both the public and private sector has been decided upon, there are many points which can ease the pain,” said a spokesperson of Encompass Innovate.
“It’s very common that once a project has been launched, executives see unintended benefits and seek to maximise those at the expense of the wider project. To avoid this, plan the required activities in detail but always focus on the key aims.
“There will be a need for significant investment both in skilled staffing and new equipment. Also be prepared for the likely dip in performance of the business as it currently stands. Have deep pockets!
“Many projects are undertaken in the “working environment”, so it is ideal for those involved in the transformation project to be able to work both together and separately. They must be able to develop the new processes and systems using a full-scale, production-ready environment, using a multitude of cloud services, partners and connections.
“IT teams are always facing pressures and to load further objectives onto them will inevitably drive both the staff and the transformation project toward a grinding halt. Also, don’t under-estimate the complexity of the project, listen to your experts and go and find other examples of where transformation has taken place. Make sure you have the capacity for change.”
“We are here to assist you with your digital transformation project, no matter how big or small. “