Modern-day business is dynamic and constantly changing and developing. An organization's management identifies new areas of development, define new goals and objectives for business development and support, as the information technology landscape extends wider and penetrates business processes to more and more granular levels. New technologies are ready not only to provide support and optimization for the business processes but also to bring new ideas to the business, give an additional impetus to development, and create competitive advantages.
An IT strategy is formed and constantly updated with the purpose to align technology with the business objectives.
We provide these services across a range of technologies and delivery models including mobility. IT outsourcing, network, communications, data centre, end-user computing and sustainability.
An effective IT strategy is always based on IT audit. It allows for assessing the state of infrastructure and the level of availability of IT services, the organization's business and IT processes and their continuity, the competencies of IT employees, and the project office as well as the efficiency of all information systems.
IT audit (or IT analysis) is an opportunity to get an unbiased assessment of your organization's IT management system, to understand how IT infrastructure, information systems, and IT services should be developed, and also determine the points and methods of their most effective application.
IT AUDIT: What It Shows And WHAT Decisions It Helps TO Make
shows to what extent the information support provided to your organization’s key business processes is full and efficient
shows the possibility and benefits of applying new technologies and approaches in the modern digital world (such as business digitalization, migration to the cloud and hybrid environments, automation of business processes);
shows how IT assets and IT resources can provide additional quality opportunities for business;
shows how IT transformation can optimize value chains for the entire business and the IT department in particular
assesses the need to implement IT management methodologies, IT services, applications, and an integration environment in order to get the most out of them
shows how to ensure business continuity, with which solutions you can analyze the functioning of the network, IT infrastructure, and business applications, identify problems in any IT application or service and determine the availability and performance of software transactions, predict the negative impact on the end-user
helps decide how to maximize the use of existing IT capabilities of the organization, thereby minimizing costs when implementing large-scale changes
finds out how much the organization invests in the IT department, IT infrastructure, information systems, and services, and whether this amount is justified
helps reduce the cost of maintenance and ownership of information systems
highlights the risks in the field of information security and tells you how to eliminate or minimize them
helps assess the conformity of your IT with the global best practices and reference models used by our large customers around the world.