Successful business transformation requires projects to be delivered on time, on budget, with agreed objectives being achieved. Given the complexities involved in managing multiple projects, Bridgeall are delighted to announce the official launch of our new Project Management Office (PMO) solution. Based on our own extensive experience of delivering ‘exceptional software assu ...

A selection of the best short reads on all things digital published over the last two weeks or so. The state of digital in UK local government A recent Bridgeall blog post summarising new research from PwC highlighting major concerns re-the state of digital in UK local authorities including lack of preparedness for cyber-attacks and a significant decline in confidence in the ...

Previous posts in this series have presented very practical advice covering the development of a digital transformation strategy relevant to your own organisation; from understanding your external and internal digital landscape, through agreeing business goals and objectives, to deciding the key digital actions and initiatives you need to implement for ‘getting there’. In a se ...

Welcome to the second in our series of blog articles covering the key technologies underpinning digital transformation, the range of software support services provided by Bridgeall to help you on your journey – see Software and Technology: The Engine Driving Digital Transformation (Video). In the first article, we argued that the flexibility provided by a Cloud-enabled infrast ...

In Part 1 of this series on ‘Accelerating Transformation’, we introduced a Six Step approach to developing and implementing a successful digital transformation strategy as summarised in Figure 1 below. Posts 2 to 4 provided practical advice covering the first three steps – undertaking a Digital Landscape Analysis, your Internal Digital Audit, developing an agreed Digital Visio ...

The fourth article in our series on ‘Accelerating Transformation’ provides practical advice on developing an agreed digital vision and strategy for your organisation. As argued in Part 1, most senior executives now accept that their organisations need to transform digitally. It is somewhat surprising, therefore, that many have not yet developed a coordinated digital strategy o ...

Part 2 in this series on ‘Accelerating Transformation’ encouraged you to undertake an external Digital Landscape Analysis identifying the main disruptive technologies impacting your business now and in the near future, the opportunities and threats presented. The next step in your transformation roadmap is to evaluate the digital progress your organisation has already made ben ...

The first post in this series on ‘Accelerating Digital’ introduced the Five Pillars of Successful Transformation and the Six Key Steps in ‘getting there’. Step 1 in your transformation roadmap is to undertake a Digital Landscape Analysis for your organisation. Digital Disruption The changes brought about the Internet over the last 30 years have been nothing compared to what ...

Digital disruption has become the new normal and is redefining the way organisations operate (Fit for Digital) The need for organisations to transform digitally is now widely accepted by most senior executives across the public and private sectors. Few remain to be convinced about the disruptive impact of emerging technologies. The argument ‘WHY transform’ has been won. The f ...