CIO at work
The architect of business owners success
Having spent many years as VP, CIO, Programme manager and CEO in private equity multinationals and as a hands-on manager helping smaller businesses become successful online, I head CIO at work. Home to professionals who make businesses a success.
Out differentiating aspect is our full focus on creating business value with information technology. IT, projects, business processes, business intelligence and finance management focussed to improve organisations, coach and support senior management, reduce cost, increase speed and manage those complicated mergers, demergers, separations.
projects - which most executives face - once in their lifetime,
projects which we - faced multiple times - with success.
Our methods - our results
Having executed over 400 projects, which were usually business critical, and cross-departmental, and in various organisations has given us proven methods.
The most succesful methods have proven to consist of:
The key success factors are creating trust with those trustworthy, create a solid project approach and remove whatever gets in the way with creativity and skill. Don't take my word for it, the results speak for themselves.
Our logo represents the heroes. Thats not us, those heroes are the men and women in your organization, your vendors organisation who will make things happen, given a chance to perform. Our method is creating those circumstance where ordenary man and women can do extra-ordenary things.
Typically projects like:
May sound like a daunting task? It is not. Everyone in the organisation wants it, needs it, hopes for it...
outcome for you
Our skills are honed to achieve EBITDA and multiple contributions. This means short-term cost reduction and margin improvement and long-term OPEX reduction and long-term better strategic business valuation.
How does that work:
By analysing business and IT cost and your business goals, I can advise you where opportunities for improvement can be found.
Followed by managing a process of decision making by you and your staff on defining a core programme.
Typically such a programme consists of:
Vendor changes, IT cost reduction, IT delivery improvement, Quality of business information improvement, aligning Business and IT. Prioritized on improving margin (Sales enabling) and improving how much/what quality the organisation can deliver.
Resulting in significant shareholder value, improved organisation AND much more happy organisations they were before,
exit multiple increases and a great exit.
A wise CEO once said to me:
Give your senior staf a break,
don't risk a 'manager' to 'try' a CIO's work
it doesn't work, it will fail so miserably at your expense.
She was right:
strategy and capital
Strategic Technology resources
STRATEGIC ONLINE SALES