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vBroker delivers expertise to successfully reach goals for a project. The teqniques involved include strong tools , clear documentation and is based on detail knowledge to secure a proper delivery from the parties involved. All that can be measured will be measured.

 

- Plan design

- Priority planning

- Project steering group selections

- People coordination

- Documentation templates

- Milestone followups and constant reporting

- Vendor coordination

- End User focus

- Risk analysis and consequence planning (mitigation)

 

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IT Strategy!

To be succesful in your IT planning , it is important to map IT tools towards your business drivers and customer needs.

The whole purpose is to have an advantage using proper IT hardware and software to be more cost effective and more time saving than the competitors.

The vBroker approach as an advisor is using internal knowledge from interviews and assessments to

secure proper plan and technology from theory to practise. The IT strategy service is based on joining the client during both establishment and reviews along its way.

 

Key elements in forming a strategy from vBroker :

* Business Goals alignment with IT

* Business Plan creation

* Technology choices based on analysis

* Vendor control guidance

* Duration expectancy analysis of IT strategy content

* Measure and guide along with realization of plan

* Secure Guidance in both short term and long term period

 

 

 

 
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vBroker Infrastructure Assessment

A methodoloy developed by Tore Willmar Jakobsen used to analyze how IT is utilized within a business. Along with breakdown of 20 different elements regarding infrastructure, several inteviews from endusers, administrators, partners and top management forms a report with observations on how IT aligns with main business requirements.

The assessment is done with a comprehensive technical tool package used in the customers enviroment to deep dive techincal details from these 20 areas.

Each area is reported with findings , strengths , weaknesses and advices opposed to both strategic and technical baselines within the industry. The report may well work as input to sub processes and projects for optimizing, replacing or investing in technology to secure main goal with IT for the customer.

 

Most scenarios where this methodology has been used has shown great TCO savings, shorter ROI and effectiveness for the endusers gone significantly up

The analyze time required to produce results vary from 1 day to several weeks based on complexity and size of the customer. Most scenarios below 5 offices and 1000 users can be done within 2 weeks , and typically 1 week is sufficient for most customers in the Norwegian market

 

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