IT Services

IT Strategy

An IT strategy must reflect the business requirements. Business processes determine the IT solution to be placed. Business requirements are always the driver behind any IT investment – and the resulting business benefits should be clearly measurable.

As illustrated below, we help clients to realise strategic technological change in three high level stages, namely: Gaining insight regarding the organisational objectives and drivers, as well as understanding the business processes that may impact on the achievement of the organisation’s objectives.

Constructing IT architectures that will support the organisation.

These architectures include information, applications, technology platforms and organisational design

Identifying and specifying the investments and strategy required to implement the constructed architectures.

System Selection

Businesses tend to rely on technology for key functions. Technology is very robust and continuously changing. With change comes risk and more often than not, businesses fail to address these risks when experiencing change.

Selecting and implementing a new system can often be a daunting task, as it requires a significant financial and time investment. In addition the ERP software market encapsulates a large variety of solutions and choosing the best fit solution requires a structured approach to the selection process. 

The implementation of a new system presents a significant investment to an organisation and it is therefore essential that a structured approach is followed to ensure that the system selected meets the business’ requirements.

IT Learning Solutions

Our offering is the solution that seeks to enhance the skills of people on an individual as well as on an organisational level, with the aim of ultimately improving the overall effectiveness of the organisation, thus ensuring continuous and sustainable learning in that organisation. Through our training delivery we will partner with education in the design, development, delivery and evaluation of specific learning interventions related to:

Computer Literacy

Computer Etiquette

Financial Accounting

Accounting Software Proficiency

Documentation Standards

Process Compliance And Mapping