Easymatics is at the forefront of delivering digital transformation, which is fundamentally about changing things. If you’re new to the process of digital transformation, then it can seem like a long and complex exercise. However, with a team of experienced people equipped with the rights tools, it can be straight forward, hugely rewarding and one of the most beneficial exercises your organisation will ever do.
At Easymatics we have a rigorous approach to assessing the readiness of a transformation project, along with review questions, before we can commence implementation. Our strategy services deliver the answers, so we can initiate work without hurdles. As we are often requested to engage on active projects, we take the time to ensure the quality of outcomes we expect can be achieved for our clients. These are critical steps in ensuring project success that are often overlooked in traditional consulting models.
Sample Project Steps;
- Readiness (gate review)
- Generate potential solutions
- Select the best solutions
- Assess the risks
- Build (gate review)
- Begin build
- Report and measure (gate review)
- Iterate solution (cycle back through key steps)
- Close project
Step 1 - Readiness gate review
During the strategy phase, critical factors and root causes of issues should have been identified. There are many tools and techniques that we use at Easymatics, which generate the information required to engage on a successful digital transformation project. The purpose of this gate review is to assess whether we can move forward on a case by case by basis.
Step 2-4 - Build gate review
Final gate review before committing to build out the solution.
Step 6-7 - Begin build
Our objectives during these steps is to embed the development team, execute base use cases and assure outcomes are being reported and measured in collaboration with the client. We move to steps 8-9 very quickly during the project.
Step 8-9 - Iterate solution
These steps aim to ensure that the solutions have been embedded into the organisation, so that improvements will be sustained after the agreed objectives have been met. During this step it’s important to determine whether to close the project before the next iteration.