The business world is constantly striving to do better internally and externally. Some changes are self-driven to optimise internal mechanisms whereas others are required by market developments or regulators. All organisations acknowledge the need of change but often have internal limitations that restrict them from achieving the required enhancement. 

With all the various component parts and functions that make up a business environment, successfully running the business requires regimental alignment between all component parts working together in harmony. Businesses need to deliver on existing services and ensure quality is maintained and those looking to go the extra mile and get ahead will seek to continuously adapt and improve.

Our point of view in this is that organisations can improve their unique value chain by incremental steps that will be more cost effective as well as more sustainable in long term. Therefore, not all changes require whole scale transformation, and some can be undertaken in concise projects. We have defined methodologies that range from diagnostics all the way to ongoing management in day to day basis.

BUSINESS OPS & EXCELLENCE

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Business Strategy

Market

Customer

Mission

Board & Shareholders

Organisation Maturity & Legacy status

Laws & Regulations

CURRENT STATE

FUTURE STATE

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Enterprise Architecture

Service Delivery Model

Contineous Improvement

Corporate Support & BPO

Horizontal change through end to end operations

Technology Enabled or led

Procurment

MANAGEMENT

Human Capital

Finance

Technology

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CUSTOMER

R&D and Operations

Supply Chain & Logistics

Sales

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  • Diagnostics

  • Designing

  • Implementing

  • Training

  • Coaching

  • Managing

  • Improving

  • Analytics

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Control

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Dependencies

Supply Chain

Customer Centric

People & Change

VALUE CHAIN OPTIMISATION

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