"The project was completed on time and above projected savings. Additionally, the flow of the project and interactions with team members was positive." - VP Client Services financial services firm
Directing technology for a small company or a multi-national corporation is a challenge in today’s business environment. The Chief Information Officer (CIO) must bridge the gap between the facilitation of business functions and the realities of their technology infrastructure. The CIO is expected to know everything about their organization including all business process in addition to every aspect of the technology stack. Furthermore, business leaders assume their technology leaders know everything about all new technologies. Unfortunately, the realities of the position make it very difficult to achieve these expectations.
Major Oak Consulting has an experienced staff of former CIOs, CTOs and IT leaders having both extensive technical knowledge and executive experience. Our consultants can assist you and your organization in managing major initiatives, developing strategy, assisting with system or service acquisition, performing research, evaluating staff and a myriad of other advocate services to supplement your knowledge base and help shorten your task list. We can provide immediate assistance adding value to your organization starting day one of an engagement.
Major Oak Consulting can assist your organization with:
- Client Advocacy
- Distressed Project Recovery
- Technology Procurement Management
- Enterprise Strategy
- Shared Services and Outsourcing Advisory
- System Acquisition and Negotiation
- Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
- Process Analysis and Re-Engineering
- Risk Management Modeling and Assessment
- Project Planning and Execution
- Project Costing and Benefit Analysis
- Change Management
- Business Continuity Planning and Management
- Business Systems Integration
- IT Governance
Contact Major Oak Consulting and allow our CIO Advisory team members evaluate your situation and provide specific actionable tactics to help recover from a distressed situation or improve your current environment.