Cloud Transformation

June 22, 2017

Turning Cloud promises into operational realities proves challenging for most organizations. The rapid pace of Cloud development, implementation and constant iteration has significant implications for business, and if you’re not prepared for the speed of this new environment, you won’t capture the value.

We have a successful track-record of enabling success for organizations on the transformational journey to the Cloud, either at the start, in the middle of implementation or at the end. We’ve found that establishing four key capabilities is the common denominator amongst organizations that are able to realize the full value of moving to the Cloud, and these include:

  • Comprehensive business case capability spanning IT, finance, operations and your workforce
  • Robust and rigorous PMO capability to coordinate the overall program end-to-end
  • Integrated change management to improve organizational agility and to help each impacted person adopt a new reality
  • Operational governance capability to oversee and enhance the operational future

How likely are you to meet your Cloud implementation objectives? Complete our quick Cloud Implementation Reality Check to find out.

Cloud Transformation Consulting Enabling Growth with Cloud Technology Implementing Workday Cloud Technology The Rise of the Cloud The Cloud Implementation Reality Check Your climb to Cloud: Step 1 – get ready for change Your climb to Cloud: Step 2 – Defining the strategy & roadmap Your climb to Cloud: Step 3 – Successfully manage the transition Your climb to Cloud: Step 4 – Cloud implementation and beyond
 
 
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