Case Study: IT Strategic Planning – Consolidator – Texas
$200M to $500M
Management was made aware of the IT situation and issues that existed in their new business units. The committee was empowered to direct our efforts until a CIO could be identified and put in place. The organizations that had Year 2000 compliance issues have been substantially addressed. A committee and a manager are now in place to direct the overall corporate IT direction.
- Standardization is beneficial in many ways but the individual needs of separate business units should be considered and addressed
- Survey methodology is a good way to collect and assimilate a large amount of information in a short time at a low cost. The surveys should be supported with a few confirming interviews in person