digital problem solving

Digital problem solving

All markets & clients are undergoing some level of disruption, from shifting economies to new entrants in markets. Clients need new routes to market, new ways to engage and connect with their clients, and differentiated products and services. 

Embracing and leveraging digital technology and new ways of working is critical for the future success of our clients

However, in our experience this is a complex transition for three reasons:

  1. Breaking out of the innovator's dilemma - what has made a company successful to this point in its history may act as a constraint to its future success. Investments in current capabilities, existing knowledge, a focus on their own industry and a need for certainty before action all serve to slow or block innovation against the wishes of the company
  2. Too many pilots - many organisations have spun up pilot schemes to address issues and challenges but few of these ever impact the core of the business
  3. Digital execution is tough internally. It requires rigorous creativity, continuous steering, and real world feedback. In short a new way of thinking and working

Clients face multiple approaches but very little choice from technology and consulting giants. As a technology begins to be adopted in the marketplace they act rapidly as fast followers, skilling up and acquiring companies to provide the next new thing. This approach requires them to sell a set of skills and capability based around a monolithic platform that will address a specific issue. Until the next new thing comes along.

We provide that choice to our clients. 

We set the right question, do just enough analysis to inform the direction. Quickly experiment and prove the value through a proof of concept. Once the value is proven, we scale the solution. We develop our capabilities by working across industries and perfecting our skills through real world feedback as problem solvers. Our clients are bold and have benefitted from game changing initiatives, delivered at pace, and with disruptive technology at the heart.