The Integrated Approach is a new approach to enterprise IT projects, that addresses two major problems:
- to solve the main reasons why such projects tend to fail; and
- to reduce the friction between innovation and enterprises, allowing enterprises to embed innovative technologies in their core systems faster and in a more cost-effective way than with the traditional approach.
We designed the Integrated Approach based on decades of enterprise IT project experience. We believe the current collaboration model between enterprises and IT service providers is one of the primary reasons large IT projects fail. Too often, the “operation was a success, but the patient died”. The budget risks of such projects lie entirely on the enterprise side, while the IT service provider is (or should be) the expert at properly assessing such risks. With our integrated approach, we introduce a partnership-based collaboration model with a better alignment of interest. To be able to properly assess these risks, a new step is introduced at the beginning of the process that focuses on thoroughly understanding and specifying the business and system requirements first.
As part of our integrated approach, we look at how systems and new innovations can add value to your enterprise, how systems can empower your employees and make you a better steward of your company. We know that full stakeholder management is key and that bespoke solutions or integrations can significantly increase acceptance and adoption of solutions in practice. In this way, we help you succeed in the long run, while at the same time respecting the need for quick wins in the short run.