IT Strategy aligned to business needs
StratCom understands the importance of aligning business goals with the right technology to enhance and strengthen your business. With many projects having some form of technology engagement from internal operations to engagement of clients, it is becoming a necessity to have a strategic and operational plan.
StratCom use an engagement (StratCom Engage) model to understand the hidden innovators and champions within your business. We take time to interview the CEO/MD, leadership team and clients to get an understanding of what is required to improve and deliver better services for clients. We can benchmark your industry to identify strengths, weakness, opportunities and threats (SWOT). Decision making pillars are formulated so that future technology decisions are strategic rather than reactive.
Strategic engagement model (StratCom Engage)
- Business strategic plan review
- Business depth and understanding analysis
- Staff/Client engagement and interviewing
- Business SWOT analysis
- External comparison
- Pillar formation
- Critical Success factors
- Risk plan
- Strategic intent
- Road Map
- Detailed action plan
- Performance measurement
Lisa KimberlyCEO / Pexeto
We were in a mess, IT contractor had been giving us the wrong advice about upgrading our servers. The guys at StratCom got us to the cloud. It was simple and easy...
Catherine DayDirector / Crystal Aged Care
Couldn't thank the team enough. Our staff went from a 32% satisfaction rate on IT to a 92% in a year. Productivity gains have been amazing. I love not needing to field calls from staff about IT issues.
We Can Work Together
At StratCom its about building a foundation to archive common goals. The process goes a little like this…
- Build strategy
- Build the network
- Build the innovation
- Watch it grow
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