IT Governance (ITG) is defined as the processes that ensure the effective and efficient use of IT in enabling an organization to achieve its goals.
• IT Demand Governance (ITDG—what IT should work on) is the process by which organizations ensure the effective evaluation, selection, prioritization, and funding of competing IT investments; oversee their implementation; and extract (measurable) business benefits. ITDG is a business investment decision-making and oversight process, and it is a business management responsibility.
• IT Supply-side Governance (ITSG—how IT should do what it does) is concerned with ensuring that the IT organization operates in an effective, efficient and compliant fashion, and it is primarily a CIO responsibility.
Sidney Group provides as a flagship part of our IT Governance Service a virtual CIO. It can be shared (part-time) or dedicated (full-time). The best value for money is in big business transformations as M&A, business splits, business model change, restructuring, etc.
This service can be sold separately from all the others but usually, upgrades Managed IT Services.
Optionally the following roles can be added on top of the virtual CIO
• Technical Account Manager
• Service Delivery Manager
• Solutions Architect
• Enterprise Architect
• IT Services Portfolio Manager
Our IT Governance wrap around your own business model, strategy and demand. The focus is on the Strategic Contribution of IT Services to business effectiveness, efficiency and agility. All IT services and the delivery model are measured by their contribution to the business. The technologies are subordinate to the business.
• Business-centric IT services – best use of the IT budget according to the business value
• IT services do exactly what is required by the business
• IT Service pipeline programme to keep the agility level competitive
• Business risk management
• Optimised cost control and improved service levels
• Agility accelerated to and beyond competitors’ capabilities