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Technology Assessment

Understanding Your Organization

You know your organization’s technology infrastructure and business processes better than anyone. It’s time to document all of your pain points.

What We Deliver

Our team listens to the pulse of your organization by focusing on the following activities:

Examining your current IT systems

  • Mapping your business processes at a high level and understanding your pain points
  • Discussing your future state processes and determining high-level business requirements
  • Assessing whether your current systems will support requirements or if a new system is needed
  • Reviewing your IT organizational structure to assess its alignment with your digital strategy

“We went into this engagement in need of an outside voice for guidance. Panorama outlined our options, attached the value to each and then let us decide what was best for us, we didn’t feel at any point that they were trying to push additional services on us.”

TJ Rikli

Director of Operations, MOPS

Technology Roadmap

Taking a comprehensive look at your organization reveals opportunities for improvement, especially in terms of digital technology. We help you develop a technology roadmap to determine if you need new technology. If so, we assess which functions should be in a single ERP system vs. several best-of-breed systems.

Business Case for Transformation

A technology assessment typically lasts 1-2 days. During this time, we discuss more than just technology – we also facilitate a high-level business strategy discussion. At the conclusion of the engagement, you will receive the following:

 

  • High-level business case
  • Total cost of ownership analysis
  • Technology and business recommendations

Business Case for Transformation

A technology assessment typically lasts 1-2 days. During this time, we discuss more than just technology – we also facilitate a high-level business strategy discussion. At the conclusion of the engagement, you will receive the following:

 

  • High-level business case
  • Total cost of ownership analysis
  • Technology and business recommendations

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