Enabling your organisation to successfully undertake a Transformation project

Digital Change & Transformation
Organisations across multiple market sectors are beginning to embrace the power of digital through transformation which puts digital at the heart of every process. Fortesium is at the forefront of the digital transformation taking place across the country.
Digital transformation is as much about implementation as it is about strategy. Many organisations falter once the strategy has been planned, but with our experience of moving organisations to digital the key is to accelerate transformation in order to deliver the capabilities that their customers demand now not in five years’ time.
One of the key pillars of a modern digital transformation is the ability to be able to respond to change – the requirements from the organisation do not remain static once a strategy has been put in place. Agile allows us follow the ebb and flow of change by:
•    putting flexibility first, what the organisation needed six months ago may not be important now.
•    early failure – failing at small things is good, failing early is good. Gone are the days of implementing a new system for over a year and then discovering that the business requirements have moved on and the system will no longer meet them, ROI is seldom realised. Agile eliminates this long living problem experienced by organisations many times over.
•    ensuring business value in everything that the team does
•    reducing risk – delivery in small and therefore quick increments. Your systems are improving all the time, and this is measurable by the team and visible to the team.
Blend cutting edge and legacy
Our focus is integration – getting systems talking. From old legacy systems to the newest and shiniest of technologies, that is what we thrive on. Intuition points us in the right direction of what areas are worth keeping and what needs to be surgically removed as soon as possible.
Fortesium use these skills to provide a unique ability in the agile world, the ability to use what is already present to add more value. It doesn’t have to be an uphill struggle to deliver some tangible business benefits early in the continuous improvement lifecycle. The transformation of legacy systems can continue independently of the overall transformation but all the while the customer achieves more of their goals.
Business focused techies
Wouldn’t it be nice if the business users could talk to the developers, using a common language? Wouldn’t it be nice if the language was the business language? Understanding the business is far more important that cutting the next whizzy bit of code. This is an area where we shine – cutting the time taken to come to an understanding, and a much higher level of engagement between dev team and business team.