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Business and IT Alignment

Through our Business and IT Alignment services, we enable companies to use information technology (IT) efficiently and effectively in order to match their company strategy and to contribute towards achieving their value propositions.  We help to create a positive relationship between information technologies and accepted financial measures of performance.


  • Aligning information systems to corporate goals and strategy - Alignment Must Relate to Benefits
  • Linking the Information Technology to firm’s planning and budget 
  • CEO’s and shareholders positive evaluation of the Information Technology systems/solutions on the basis of contribution to net cash flow
  • Will the systems in place function as they should
  • Will individuals within the organization use the systems as they should
  • Will the implementation and adoption of the system translate into business value
  • Identify the gap between  business and IT 
  • Identify the conflict between business and IT


  • Information Technology investments becoming catalysts of organizational change instead of discretionary expenses without viable benefits
  • Reaching the objective of creating value that is ultimately measured as a favorable financial outcome for a commercial enterprise through the usage and/or contribution of the Information Technology / Software Solutions (SW)
  • Greater utilization of system functionality
  • Appropriate IT systems in place of expensive IT systems that do not provide adequate return on investment 
  • Decreased total cost of ownership
  • Increased efficiency of work 
  • Improved support and maintenance


  • Analysis documentation for overextension (use of an information system in multiple places and for varying purposes)
  • Analysis documentation for Overlapping  (use of multiple information systems for one purpose)
  • Analysis documentation for the gap  (a missing information system or identified business processes that can be optimized by using an information system)
  • General Plan for improvement – which IT systems/solutions to be used, which IT systems to be replaced, introduction of new IT systems/solutions
  • IT portfolio management 
  • Selection of the right IT/Software (SW) tools 
  • The appropriate use of  the IT/SW tools