IT environments continues to become more complex, exposing organizations to a wide array of risks, threats, and vulnerabilities that have a direct impact on the performance of the enterprise. Moreover, several government regulations that focus on information privacy and security have emerged in recent years to safeguard consumer information and ensure corporate accountability. Compliance with these laws and mandates requires effective planning, designing, and ongoing administration of IT systems. We help our clients to formulate clear processes and policies around governance, risk and compliance using international best practices. We pride our services in the areas of consulting, training and automation.

Consulting, Automation and Training.

We help clients develop IT strategies that are tightly aligned to business goals and corporate priorities, and to design organization and governance approaches to deliver the highest value.

Based on our global experience, input from several major corporations’ CIOs, and a global benchmark database, we have defined both what the objectives and criteria for an IT strategy should be, but also what supporting enablers like processes, organization, and governance should look like. We have also calibrated these to ‘archetypes’ based on the business objectives. This gives us distinctive insight across all levers in how a CIO and CEO should think about the IT function’s strategy.

Organizations are increasingly being required to manage and govern their IT environments according to corporate governance requirements. Guidance such as ISO38500 and King III provides guidance on the implementation of good practices for the governance of IT. COBIT5 provides best practices in the management and governance of IT.

By working with our experienced and certified IT Governance professionals, your organization has an opportunity to implement an enabling environment for IT governance best practices and ensuring that you achieve business objectives, manage IT risk and ensure compliance to requirements.

World class providers of IT services focus on the quality of the services they provide and on meeting their customer and business requirements.

ITIL is the most widely accepted approach to IT service management. It provides a cohesive set of best practice, drawn from the public and private sectors internationally. Organizations are increasingly being required to incorporate IT service management and governance into their corporate governance arrangements.

ISO 20000, based on ITIL provides a mature service management standard that organisations are implementing worldwide.

Our ITSM services are based on the principles of ISO 20000 standard, the internationally accepted standard for IT service management

Our services are focused on providing guidance on concepts and processes of project management that are important for, and have impact on, the performance of projects. Our services can be used by any type of organization, including public, private or community organizations, and for any type of project, irrespective of complexity, size or duration.

World class providers of project management services focus on the quality of the services they provide and on meeting their customer and business requirements. ISO 21500, based on PMBOK and Prince2, provides a mature project management standard that organizations are implementing worldwide.

Our certified consultants can provide assurance that your projects

are compliant to international standards and best practices.

Information Security management based on ISO 27001 defines an operational model for information security. The model starts off by defining the requirements that need to be satisfied by the organisation. These may include requirements such as PCI, POPI, PAIA, etc. Once the requirements are understood, the implementation of the system will take the form of a recurring process of plan-do-check-act. This cyclical process will ensure that the information security management system is a continuously improving operational model. The efficient operational of the management system will result in a state where information security is under control.