Companies of all sizes must prepare for a sustainable and secure digital future. This means not only dealing with the challenges of legacy processes and technology but also defining future operating models and the role of new capabilities, including AI. Even the most successful businesses face barriers to implementing and realising the benefits of significant business and technology change.
Analysys Mason has decades of experience in helping clients successfully navigate major transformation and strategic change programmes. Increasingly this also means supporting clients with the ever-developing cyber-security landscape, the introduction of AI capability and the adoption of cloud-based solutions.
Our clients trust us to advise on and run the major aspects of business-critical change programmes, from the planning, management and assurance of BSS and OSS transformations through to post-merger consolidation or cost-reduction programmes.
Our extensive knowledge and expertise include both the business and IT aspects of transformation so our clients can be confident that systems and processes are implemented and configured to best suit the future needs of the organisation and its end users. Our ability to provide detailed insight into and best practice regarding both the contracting and delivery aspects of these programmes ensures optimal outcomes for clients in terms of costs and the realisation of benefits.
There is an ever-increasing focus on sustainability and a desire to transition to a zero-carbon future. Our team works with business leaders to show how sustainable processes can ultimately translate into competitive advantage and help prepare businesses for the instability that will come from growing pressure to proactively address climate change.
Business and IT transformation
Cyber security and operational excellence
Change and programme management
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