Our consulting division is all about helping our clients to get that all important edge through Digital, IT and Data.
Each of our delivery brands is a niche business with the sole purpose of being the best in their field.
We define Digital, IT and Data strategies and transformations which help you get ahead, not just keep up.
We don't just help you come up with great ideas, we help you turn those ideas into real value.
We make sure that people are at the centre of what we build and deliver, be it a commercial website, a partner portal or an internal HR system for your people.
Designers who bring the User Experience to life for you and your dev teams.
Agile practitioners who know how to do Agile in the right way for the right results.
Our Product Managers are passionate about building the best products possible.
Most projects fail due to poor project managers. So we only do awesome ones.
DevOps pros who can help you embrace and make enterprise DevOps successful.
Data experts who can setup and run your data ops functions.
Leading edge application development teams who can start delivering fast.
Automation architects who help you test and therefore deliver your software faster.
The geeks among the geeks. Our Data Scientists help you exploit your data.
A recent study of over 300 organisations reported that 1 in 8 Agile projects
completely fail, and that over half of CIOs regard Agile development as
“discredited”. There is a growing chorus against Agile yet this still appears
to be the best delivery model of choice. Big organisations can see from
success stories like Spotify that it works, however when applied at scale in
traditional large enterprises it notably stalls.
At Enfuse Group we specialise in helping organisations to unlock the Agile riddle. In short – we get Agile to work.
Recently I’ve been in the situation at a couple of clients where an IT Strategy was needed, yet there was distinct lack of an agreed business strategy. I found myself asking "do you actually need a business strategy to do an IT strategy?"
Since then the world has moved on and the moniker of IT is no longer useful. Increasingly IT departments are rebranding themselves and with good cause.
In part 1 we talked about how digital transformation is about a complete operating model change for a company. So where to start and how to know what should change? Here’s one approach which could be used.