Determine the current, As Is status of your organisation to create the benchmark for your digitalisation project.
The Digital Enterprise Architecture is a blueprint of a Digital Enterprise, comprising of the 6 key components of Business As Usual (BAU), Projects, Support, The CoRE, Technical Enterprise Architecture and The Ecosystem.
APFDiPRTS is a structured approach to assess the efficiency or inefficiency of each business components by asking questions in 9 key areas.
Implement your Digital Enterprise Environment, maximising the productivity and performance of the people, processes and technology associated with your business.
Digitalisation is about Business, People, Process and Technology Re-engineering – BPPTR, not business process re-engineering (BPR). Just like a Formula 1 team continually optimises their cars and spends millions to achieve a 1/10th of a second improvement, continual optimisation of your Digital Enterprise.
Digitalisation should help increase your enterprise’s Revenue and Profits by identifying, attracting, winning and retaining more of the right Business!
Digitalisation should help increase your enterprises’ Output and Productivity by maximising the potential of your People!
Digitalisation should help increase your enterprise’s Performance and Throughput by Improving and Optimising Processes!
Digitalisation should help increase your enterprise’s Efficiency and Automation by the implementation of innovation and the digital Technology!
Deliver continual improvements to increase automation, reduce manual intervention, reduce internal and external touchpoints all to improve productivity, performance, usability and profitability.
Digitalistion is a journey, not a destination. Your journey of Digital Business Transformation must start with a starting point of clarity, and roadmap of digitalisation with no ambiguity.
Subject matter experts, Leadership teams, Industry experts, Software architects and Digital architects.
The digitalisation journey is structured into defined work packages, each with its own agreed statement of work, activity plan, timescale, budget, resourcing and success criteria. Only when each phase is complete and success demonstrated does the digitalisation project move into the next phase.