Strategy

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Many organisations have multiple IT systems which perform specific functions; for example, finance systems, HR systems, CRM systems – and of course, lots of spreadsheets!

In this environment, data is distributed widely across all of these systems and therefore it is difficult to get organisation-wide information. Common symptoms are:

  • Data duplication
  • Data in different systems not remaining synchronised
  • Processing inefficiencies
  • Reporting inconsistencies
  • Extensive manual input

Often these problems arise because the organisation lacks a business information systems strategy.

A business information systems strategy is a cohesive plan of how software, staff and other resources will be used to record and report on business information and data. 

Our team of experienced advisors can help by;

  • Understanding what are the business information needs of the organisation
  • Assessing where the organisation is now with respect to systems, processes, people and data
  • Developing a holistic information systems strategy for the organisation

If you would like to talk to an expert about developing your information systems strategy, please get in touch via the link below.