Strategy & Governance

Are you struggling to demonstrate the value of your investments in IT?

It is becoming increasingly important to ensure that IT strategy and objectives are clearly aligned with those of the business. Maintaining a clear line of sight through an effective measurable governance framework, to business strategy and direction is essential to ensuring that the IT organisation is viewed as a contributor of real value and an equal partner in all aspects of the business.

  • IT strategy
    3gamma helps clients align the IT strategy with the business strategy. 3gamma helps clients define and implement the changes required to the IT organisation and processes to execute on the IT strategy
  • IT governance
    3gamma helps clients stay focused to achieve their IT strategy and objectives, and implement ways to measure the IT value. Governance makes sure that all stakeholders interests are taken into account and that processes provide measurable results
  • IT cost management
    3gamma helps clients achieve efficient cost management as well as conducting assessments and audits, with regard to explicit costs for services, external sourcing or internal functions. Defining, allocating, and monitoring cost is essential when building an efficient IT organisation

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