But even the most successful businesses struggle to keep pace with the explosive growth of information. Digital transformation poses both risks and opportunities, and businesses need targeted and informed planning to remain ahead of the curve.
Every organization has strengths and constraints. Our advisors take the time to ask questions, understand the business, and only then craft a future-focused strategy that is specifically tailored to a company’s unique needs.
The test of a good strategy lies in its execution. Access Sciences provides advisory services that are adaptable, realistic, and sustainable. By weaving change management into each engagement, we drive clear communications and enable the interaction between execution and strategy.
Although digital transformation can be potentially disruptive to a business’ operations and culture, the right strategy can leverage that disruption and lead the business through the transformation to new – even unexpected – opportunities.
We analyze your people, processes, and technology as the basis for gap identification and strategic planning.
Our advisors craft actionable, sustainable information-centric strategies that are specifically tailored to an organization’s unique strengths and needs.
Our advisory services address an organization’s needs, drive clear communications and enable the interaction between execution and strategy.
We develop relevant communication strategies and messages for targeted audiences.
The CIO Forum Enterprisers Project describes digital transformation as the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, fundamentally changing how you operate and deliver value to customers. It’s also a cultural change that requires organizations to continually challenge the status quo, experiment, and get comfortable with failure. Developing a digital transformation strategy includes combining leading information management practices, industry standards, and technology options, supported by change management to consciously plan and prepare for this type of fundamental change.
After decades of haphazard information management practices and growth by acquisition, the downstream division of this integrated energy company needed a fresh evaluation of its information management strategy and portfolio, and a plan to address the findings.
As a result of the 9/11 attacks in New York, the mission of the United States Coast Guard expanded significantly. This expansion necessitated a rapid modernization effort to its command structure, support systems, and business practices to ensure that it could continue to fulfill its traditional missions of maritime safety, search and rescue, and drug interdiction, while addressing emerging requirements such as maritime defense and port security.
There’s a classic Shel Silverstein poem about Melinda Mae, who eats a monstrous whale. How does she manage it? One bite at a time. This was also the case with a Global 100 company that took on a project to update its information management processes in the midst of an enterprise-wide technology modernization effort.
Renu Hall has over 20 years of experience matching business needs with the right technology solutions. Her areas of interest range from solution evaluation, design, and implementation, to integration, migration, adoption, and governance. She serves as the technology practice lead, and as project leader for client-facing and internal projects.
Michael Boses is a Principal with the Technology practice. He is a content technology expert whose experience bridges technical design and business process improvement. Michael’s track record includes the leadership of numerous large-scale projects in government and industry and the co-founding of two software companies that became leaders in their content technology space.