Business Systems Consulting
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Diversus Business Systems Consultants look at your business holistically with a critical focus on strategy.
Although these questions may seem quite simple, they are required to achieve your goals:
- where are you now? (“as is”)
- where do you want to go? (“to be”)
- how to better leverage resources to get there?
We challenge the status quo, drilling into the problem areas to seek out the improvements you are after.
Business Systems Consulting is more than implementing technology.
First and foremost, any change needs to be aligned with the organisation’s strategy. Then the integration and training process begins.
At Diversus, we acknowledge that change is often difficult for people within an organisation. In addition to the executive stakeholders, Diversus engages the end-users. With the majority of the organisation believing that it is the best way to go, any changes are more likely to be successful.
Business System Consulting starts with a glimmer that things can change for the better through implementation and ongoing support to ensure the new way is the better way.
Requirements analysis is of upmost importance for software development projects. Our Business Analysts are passionate about delivering clear, concise requirements and managing these throughout the software development lifecycle. Working to industry best practices, our analysts work with your key stakeholders to understand their business requirements. Testing against the original requirements is a must for the delivery of a quality system.
Business Systems Consulting includes:
- Requirements analysis and management
- Business cases
- Systems analysis
- Business process re-engineering and optimisation
- Business continuity/disaster recovery planning
- Recovery strategy
- eCommerce strategy
Diversus consultants possess proven industry experience across the full spectrum of proficiencies:
- Dynamic Systems Development Methodology (DSDM)
- Rational Unified Process (RUP)
- Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF)
- Traditional waterfall (SDLC) methodologies
- Six Sigma and Lean
- Agile techniques
- Joint Application Development (JAD)