We will guide you through major organizational changes

Make the most out of your IT

Our consultants help organizations to get the most out of their IT. We advise on major technological and organizational challenges. We lead changes and we train organizations to stay in control.


It takes more than just project management skills to manage changes in your business. Our project and program managers have extensive experience in a variety of industries, from telecommunications and banking to insurance and logistics. We’ve taken on multi-million dollar projects for some of the biggest names in the business. Typical projects we take on for clients include:

  • Out- and insourcing IT development (RFI/RFP)
  • Setting up offshore development
  • Product and project portfolio management
  • Complex, comprehensive digital transformations
  • Data and technical migrations
  • Software contract negotiations and handovers


To stay ahead of the curve in today’s digital climate, companies need to identify and develop new skills. Synchronizing your business strategy, your capabilities and your execution is crucial to continued success, from delivering an extraordinary customer experience to seamless multi-channel delivery. With our architectural blueprint and roadmap as a starting point, we’ll guide you through the process of developing intelligent enterprise architecture (EA) to full steady-state operational transformation. We have a wealth of experience in a broad range of industries and are well acquainted with a range of methods and techniques including TOGAF, eTOM and Achimate.

Are you a mid-size company interested in developing a more effective enterprise architecture? You don’t need EA capabilities in house: ask us about our architecture service for EA assistance on demand. Our experts are happy to help out whenever you need us.


We’re a popular resource for expert opinions when it comes to project audits and second opinions on software deliveries. Our experts provide the clarity you need on a range of topics, including questions like:

  • Is my software secure?
  • Is this program or project feasible?
  • Is my current supplier overcharging me?
  • Is my current software future proof?
  • How much is it going to cost me to put my product roadmap into practice?