Having an effective and coordinated approach to Information Management is an essential component of any business transformation programme.
In effective use of data across the enterprise will help drive positive change, improve performance and productivity, and supports the strategies, processes, organisational and technological initiatives that contribute towards a successful business transformation programme.
A key aspect of driving business transformation effectively, is to align your information requirements with the strategic business objectives. IMGROUP can help you to define the vision for information usage and identify the gaps between current capabilities and those required. Once these gaps have been identified, we can then help you to identify the frameworks and programmes of work required to deliver organisational change.
IMGROUP have a scientific approach and proven underlying tools and processes to help organisations progress this journey.
Why do you need an Information Management Strategy?
An Information Management strategy can help your organisation in the following ways:
Identify existing tools or people that can deliver greater value - sweating your existing assets
Identify gaps in your existing tools, processes or resources
Improved customer satisfaction
Improved customer profitability
Potential to uplift revenue by up to 30 per cent through identification of opportunities to cross sell and identify opportunistic market segments.
|Determining Your Information Maturity
Effective information management is not a technology problem - it must also encompass business processes and practices that underpin the creation of data and utilise it to create actionable business insight.
IM Strategy - Vision Phase
Once the level of Information Maturity has been validated, the focus then moves to understanding and capturing the Business Drivers, and what potential technology enablers could be employed to deliver this vision.
The Information Management Roadmap
IMGROUP will help you to identify gaps in your existing information management capability, how these gaps manifest themselves in the your organisational capabilities and quantify the impact.
Information Management Framework
The IMGROUP Information Management Framework ensures a common language is used to describe components of Information Management.