Organisation transformation 

Transformation involves making changes to whole or part of business to achieve organizational goals and business need to improve processes, technologies, and productivity. There are various reasons for initiating the transformation projects. They could be due to changes in product or services, operations, technology enhancement, new requirements, new regulations or new business needs implemented through cohesive efforts. Organisation Transformation typically involve technology implementation, introduction of new technologies, mergers & acquisitions, business process re-engineering, etc and impacts the business, people, and technologies partially or completely, depending on the nature of the change Organisation transformation is managed as a well-defined Program or Project but often when disruptive technologies or nebulous and foundation technologies are introduced, many other management techniques such as Agile, DevOps or L2D are used. Sometimes, a total new setup can also make sense to de-risk current business.



INFI has some of the broadest experience in helping organisations realise and maximise expected benefits and in de-risking. We have experience of some of the largest globalisation projects such as in an Oil and Gas giant, an FMCG, a Logistics Major and in a documentation company. We have also applied agile methodologies to deliver incremental change to many different businesses. We pioneered cloud onboarding methodologies to implement actionable analytics thereby introducing changes to organisatons within weeks what used to take months and sometimes years. Decades of implementing technologies in business context has given us unique competence to creatively introduce most advanced technologies in business with minimum of risk. Discovery – overview Our Business transformation engagement begins by the understanding business and users who run these, holistically. It provides us with insights into the business operations, organization and users who run it, culture and purpose of the business; this then help us define the objectives that the deployed systems must fulfill.