Where should you be?
Let's face it, all too many IT projects are disasters. The reason is because the vendor is asking the wrong question: What do you want?
If you knew that, you wouldn't need us!
Instead we ask you: What problem are you trying to solve? By keeping in mind the end goal of solving problems it frees us to think creatively about all dimensions of the solution space, not just the technology axis. This is how we are able to build in compromise from the beginning: the measure of success becomes solving the problem rather than merely meeting a outdated set of rigid requirements.
A typical engagement starts with identifying your overall organizational goals and objectives, from there the business outcomes that drive those goals, the analytics that supports those outcomes, and finally the key data that feeds those analytics.
This way we focus only on what actually leads to achieving your goals rather than inefficiently trying to improve everything in the hopes that something will connect.