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A Message for CxOs – Part 1 – Your Organisational Strategy is in Trouble 

We do integration. We exist to help your organisation connect apps and systems and help your high-value data get to where it needs to be. We’ve been in business for 18 years and have delivered over 2000 integration projects. We operate in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. We only do integration. We’re good at what we do. 

We regularly talk with CxOs, and a topic that’s popping up more and more is integration’s relation to an organisation’s overall strategy.  

So, if you’re a CxO and we’ve not spoken to you recently, we should talk. 

We need to talk because your company organisation’s strategy and some of your personal ambitions are being killed by your inability to integrate systems effectively. In a nutshell, your data is not where it needs to be and your customers, your front line, your reputation, and your bottom line are feeling the pain. And before you think about handing this one off to the Technology team, you need to be aware that this is not just a technology problem. 

Being an exec in a modern-day organisation, you probably think about technology a lot, but it may have been a while since you’ve thought about integration. So, your initial reaction may be that you are too busy or that you can’t see an issue. After all, you have a large Technology team who do the tech stuff day in and day out. 

For a small minority of you who have dug deeper to look at the root causes of your business process inefficiencies and/or digital outcome failures, you may say, “HELL YEAH – our systems ARE poorly connected!” 

In this blog series, we will demonstrate why you have issues and what to do about it. 

We know that you’re time poor, so we’ll make this easy for you.  

In this blog series, we’ll discuss: 

  • Why your organisational strategy is in trouble by highlighting the link between a successful strategy and your ability to integrate. 
  • What’s causing your strategy failure by looking at root cause integration issues so that you understand where things are going wrong, right now. 
  • The impacts of strategic failure, noting how your customers, your staff, your reputation, and your bottom line are feeling the pain.    
  • How to get your integration and your strategy back on track by fixing root causes and turning integration into a strategic enabler. 

In the meantime, if you have questions just ask one of your team to reach out. We’re ready to help.  

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