By now it’s clear to most business leaders that their technology infrastructure is fundamental to the successful delivery of products and services. But at the same time, these leaders have also given the lion’s share of their focus to business applications and data, despite the fact that infrastructure accounts for a significant portion of the overall IT spend. This may be changing quickly, though, as technology infrastructure increasingly receives board-level attention.
In fact, today many companies are shifting their approach, running their technology infrastructure as if it were a standalone business. They invest in their infrastructure just like they would any business – and they in turn expect it to deliver products and services with the transparency and service quality that they’ve come to expect from external providers.
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Positioning your technology infrastructure to enable business objectives requires a lot more than focusing on the technology. It also takes a deep understanding of business issues, an ability to establish and run technology services business and the capacity to build trust with business partners and effectively leverage vendor relationships.
That’s where Deloitte excels. Our technology infrastructure transformation team brings together a deep, global network of experience across technology, strategy, risk, financial advisory, tax and human capital to change the way our clients run their technology infrastructure organizations.
Deloitte brings a suite of transformational capabilities to our engagements designed to help clients in their efforts to achieve business objectives. They benefit from heightened agility, a reduced tolerance for risk, ability to scale and increased service quality across:
Our IT Infrastructure Transformation service offerings include: