Information Systems & Project Management

By: Hartford Consulting  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Supply Chain, Information Systems

Hartford works with companies who recognise that a well-configured supply chain can be a significant source of competitive advantage.

Hartford 's specialists can:

  • Formulate and review supply chain strategy
  • Assist with planning and implementing supply chain change initiatives

Hartford works with companies that need one-off injections of intellectual capital.

Typical examples include:

Strategy

Hartford helps organisations develop and implement strategies at corporate and business-unit levels.

Information systems strategy

Hartford helps organisations originate and implement applications strategies.

Information systems selection

Hartford assists clients to articulate system requirements, then locate, evaluate and select suitable new information systems.

Enterprise resource management

Hartford helps organisations deal with the challenges that arise from implementing ERP-type systems.

Process transformation

Hartford helps organisations engineer and implement process transformation.

e-Business

Hartford helps organisations take advantage of the opportunities presented by the digital economy.

Economic and financial analysis

Hartford is capable of providing economic and financial analysis to support strategic initiatives.

Organisational change

Hartford understands the need to provide accurate, relevant and unambiguous information to managers to optimise their decision capabilities.

Hartford understands just how vital it is to have a good contract in place with vendors when developing or implementing information systems. Many organisations' in-house legal experts lack the necessary business expertise to structure credible and safe contracts for these instances.

Hartford provides knowledge on structuring the business side of IT contracts, and has access to expertise to cover legal aspects.

Keywords: Information Systems, Supply Chain

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