The Challenge

In the latter decades of the 20th century, Information Technology was perceived as:

  1. High on project failure
  2. High on expectations
  3. High on technical focus
  4. Low on delivery
  5. Low on net business benefit (value)

Since the start of the 21st century this situation has somewhat improved (70% of digital transformation fails) but today CIOs and their teams are under ever increasing pressure to address this challenge and to deliver maximum business value. Agile based approaches can certainly help when introducing a more responsive regime but are so often not targeted at the core of the problem and/or applied in the right way (skirting round the elephant in the room relating to business value 'ingredients') which use of our Business Value Maximisation Framework (BVMF®) rectifies with such great effect.

The Solution

We have the specific expertise to help you address these issues.

We help business and IT professionals and their companies to improve the degree of business value gained from information systems and related activities. For the first time, a comprehensive and practical approach has been developed that typically has a significant, often dramatic, effect on levels of business value, i.e net benefits obtained. The strength of this solution has grown from observation of real projects and programmes in the period 1981 to 2022 and continues to be updated to this very day. That solution is known as Business Value Maximisation Framework (BVMF®)