ICT Business Consulting to help you define and develop the next phase in your business
Whether it be a strategy, process or complete transformation the Cirrus Advisory team has a history of delivering outstanding business services drawing on our extensive experience, distinctive methodologies and commitment to quality. We respond to unique challenges to ensure outcomes are business-driven, tailored to client needs and maximise value.
Develop short, long and medium terms plans to drive your business objectives through technology.
Develop workflows, frameworks and processes to streamline business outcomes while adding a layer of control and visibility.
Drive positive change, innovation and market differentiators through transformation initiatives.
Cirrus specialise in pragmatic business and technology consulting to provide fit for purpose solutions and strategies which deliver tangible business benefits, minimise complexity and maximise value for money.
Development of ICT strategic plans aligned to business requirements, specific strategic initiatives such as cloud adoption and enterprise application strategic implementation plans.
Technical and Enterprise architecture services including the development of roadmaps, platform and product assessments and implementation planning.
Design and implementation of governance frameworks to drive successful contract measurement and outcomes.
Procurement strategy development services including end-to-end tender packs, pricing requirements, scope of work definition and response reviews and assessments.
Development of cloud assessment and suitability strategies, workload placement, hybrid environment design and planning, readiness assessments and cloud vendor selection and cost optimisation.
Develop the road to automation through capture, measurement, data analysis, rule development and action.
Design and Implementation of program Management services including Prince2, Agile and client methodologies and frameworks as require.
Monitor, capture, rationalise and maintain assets through discovery, storage, management and support co-terming.
Our network had effectively reached the end of its life, and the consequences for us were becoming severe. Recovering from frequent downtime was not only costly, but we were finding it increasingly difficult to even include IT facilities in our offers to new exhibition clients.
Jeanette Ferreria | Director of Operations at PCEC