Strativa Services Diagram

Business and IT Strategy

Business Strategy: Using a variety of facilitation methods, our business consultants help organizations formulate business strategy, communicate it clearly, and carry it out in practical implementation. Continue reading→

IT Strategy: In many companies, IT is only managed as a technical function. The IT systems, organization, and processes are poorly aligned with the goals of the business. With a focus on business as well as technology, our IT strategy consultants can facilitate development of a coherent IT strategy for the organization. Continue reading→

Business and IT Planning

Business Process Improvement: Our business consultants can analyze existing processes, identify problems and bottlenecks, and redesign those processes to increase throughput, improve quality, and reduce costs. We bring an array of tools and methodologies to these consulting services, such as process mapping, creative brainstorming, business process reengineering (BPR), business process management (BPM), best practices, benchmarking, change management, and theory of constraints. Continue reading→

IT Due Diligence: Focused on investors and businesses doing mergers and acquisitions as well as internal stakeholder needs, our IT due diligence service evaluates the organization’s IT capabilities, benchmarks and identifies potential cost savings,  assesses risks, and outlines scenarios for future systems. Continue reading→

Software Evaluation and Vendor Selection: Our consultants are experts in evaluating vendors and selecting new enterprise systems. Because we do not sell software or partner with software vendors, our system consultants have the independence and objectivity necessary to give unbiased advice. Our expertise is in ERP, CRM, supply chain, HCM, business intelligence, and a variety of other types of enterprise systems and industry solutions. Continue reading→

Execution Services

Our services do not end with recommendations. Strativa consultants can stay involved to help carry out those recommendations in four ways: project management, change management, process improvement, and vendor management. Continue reading→