Could there be a better time to review your IT strategy? From the adoption of flexible working, cloud applications to recent unplanned events you may find your plan outdated. We know that even the thought of creating such an IT plan can be daunting, which is why we’ve developed an eBook. Our IT Strategy Framework guides you through each stage so you can build your IT strategy.
Part 1 – Assess, Review & Deconstruct
In this section, you’ll begin to fully understand what your business wants to achieve now and in the future. This is key to being able to develop an effective IT strategy. Following that, you’ll start by examining the strengthens and weaknesses of your current setup IT and technology setup.
Part 2 – Planning & Considerations
Next, you’ll begin to look at what planning and considerations need to be made across your information and data, employees and your clients. This will play a vital part in the planning process as sometimes these can be easily missed.
Part 3- Must-haves, Improvements & Transformation
In this part, you’ll focus on categorising your highlighted and suggested changes into one of three types, must-haves, improvements and transformation. This will help you prioritise your changes in a sensible way, rather than just picking the most exciting one first.
Part 4 – Building your Strategy
Finally, you’ll be able to start to formulate your IT strategy plan. This phase will be where you identify your technology objectives which will be based primarily around your business objectives, and what your organisation wants to achieve.
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Do you have some questions about our IT Strategy Framework?
Book in for a free 15-minute consultation with Mark Burgess, one of our directors at Orca. He is more than happy to provide high-level advice based on your current situation, and what your business wants to achieve in the future.