IT STRATEGIC PLANNING

Our IT Strategic Planning services empower you to deliver a clear path from where you are today to delivering your business outcomes. We’ll take into account all the technical and non-technical organizational challenges that stand in the way and align your key stakeholders around the same expectations and vision for the project. An IT project without a clear IT strategy is like a championship game without a playbook – critical for our teams and critical for your success.

 

IS THIS YOU?

  • I need an action plan to achieve my short-term and long-term goals
  • I need a planning process to define and communicate clear expectations with measurable outcomes
  • I have a vision of what my IT Ops environment should be, and need help building a roadmap to make it happen
  • Intact Technology - 100% Risk-FreeI have strategic objectives but don’t even know where to start!

WE CAN HELP.

 

STRESS-FREE IT STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS

  • We'll bring in IT experts to perform a strategic planning workshop with your key stakeholders
  • We'll get to know your current state, your desired future state, and the technical and non-technical challenges that stand in the way of getting there
  • Our business strategy team will use everything we've learned to build your outcome-based strategic roadmap, carefully plotting the most efficient and cost-effective path to achieve your business goals
  • This roadmap will function as a living document for you to present to your leadership team, align your team, use in future decision-making, and ultimately achieve your short-term and long-term business goals

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“From the start, the approach was one of partnership and collaboration. Intact was not afraid to push back or make recommendations and provide options so that our agency could make well-informed decisions. Be assured that those decisions would achieve our outcomes. We established a transparent working relationship from the start and it continued throughout the project. The Intact team, under some difficult situations, went over and above on many occasions having to navigate our agency’s internal politics and changes in direction. The Intact team provided leadership, strategy, education, and expertise, and were true rock stars.”

– Kojo A., OCIO Branch Chief at Large Federal Agency

CONFIDENTLY ARTICULATE THE WAY FORWARD WITH IT STRATEGIC PLANNING

 

Your Outcome-Based Strategic Roadmap includes:

 

  • Technology Strategy
  • Metrics and Key Performance Indicators
  • Workstream Timing
  • Risk and Mitigation
  • To-Be Reference Architecture
  • Maturity Model Progression
  • Enablement and Value Realization Strategy
  • Organizational Change Strategy
  • Three Year TCO Model
  • Five Year Benefits Model

Possible Formats:

 


1 Slide Roadmap

Delivered as a presentation with a detailed plan for
each step of the way

 


Strategic Illustration

Aligns your business to the vision of the project in an
easily consumable way

    INTACT RAPID VALUE PLAN

    • Schedule a 30 minute call to determine if we’re a fit
    • We’ll bring in IT experts to perform a strategic planning workshop
    • We’ll build a strategic improvement plan (no strings attached)
    • We’ll get to work executing your plan and driving value

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