70 percent of digital transformations fall short – will yours?
Managing IT investment strategy to improve infrastructure is one of the most difficult aspects of running an enterprise. The sheer number of decisions to be made, each one leading to potential, unforeseeable pitfalls down the road, is enough to challenge even the most technically and financially savvy organizations.
Boston Consulting Group research shows that 70% of digital transformations fall short of their goals, often with profound consequences. The cost of failure is much higher in the public sector. Any disruption to flow of information within and among Government agencies can have a catastrophic effect on the citizens.
Having a strong, knowledgeable partner is invaluable in this transition. Not simply to integrate various systems into a working environment but to guide your organization toward a more value-added IT environment that reduces risk and produces successful outcomes. The Nimbus team has seen and experienced business, technical, and most importantly, cultural transformations during our engagements at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). We have developed approaches that adapt to the evolving challenges and opportunities of our customers.
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- Objective IT advisory service consultancy – no vendor partnerships or biases
- Custom-built “hands-on” teams dedicated to finding practical solutions that are in the best interest of our clients
- Enables well-governed IT projects
- Help government to act at a private sector pace
"We have had the opportunity to work with Nimbus Consulting since 2008 and have been very appreciative of their insights and support they have provided to several programs for the Centers For Medicare and Medicaid. We have engaged Nimbus Consulting as a subcontractor and tier-2 vendor for our critical resource needs. Their consultants are professional and provide valuable services in areas such as enterprise architecture, software development, requirements analysis, and software testing."