At what level is your technical environment?

Today, all organisations rely on some form of basic IT to cover their operational requirements. However, many lag behind with regard to their technical environment and are therefore unable to begin the digitalisation of areas such as business processes. Many begin the journey in search of new working methods without first assessing the state of their current technology. This oversight often results in delays to projects while awaiting the technical transformation necessary to provide commercial benefits. 

Normally, this is a matter of moving towards a more cloud-based technical platform, such as IaaS, PaaS and, to a certain extent, even SaaS. However, it might equally involve upgrading systems so that they can be integrated with these platforms. This technical transformation sets the boundaries for the achievable level of business effect!

If your technical transformation is also part of a change in sourcing, please learn more under Sourcing Management, where Technical Transformation is also packaged. 

We can help you divide the transformation into manageable chunks

Working model and process

At Knowit, we have developed a model and working process describing how to initiate and manage your technical transformation.

Our focus is on quickly identifying those areas involved and then providing a quote for the transformation. This offers the necessary decision support. We then divide the transformation into either a parallel execution or sequential planning, depending on your organisation and priorities.

Out goal is to ensure that changes are always supported by commercial benefits and, generally, the results provide the preconditions for continued digitalisation. 

A successful technological leap

  1. Identify your areas – you can’t do everything at once.
  2. Make an early estimate and subsequently adjust to ensure correct prioritisation.
  3. Prioritise and set business goals.
  4. Plan the project and program.
  5. Anchor expectations in the particular organisation – write a contract.
  6. Maintain close dialogue from the beginning.
  7. Separate project and management groups.
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Ola Ehrstedt
Head of Infrastructure and Cloud Services
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