​​Business & Technology Roadmaps

More today than ever, successful companies have a powerful vision and a solid plan to execute it.  Well-constructed technology roadmaps are the result of complete, progressive business strategies that consider and plan for multiple what-if scenarios. Most importantly, they evaluate current business processes to understand what your organization does that is truly unique and what needs tweaking. Finally, they should consider the impact and necessary contribution of every internal organization toward delivering on the strategy:

  • Integrated financial requirements – the true, total cost of execution
  • Technology roadmap – an integrated technology roadmap should have KPIs and success metrics tied directly to business metrics
  • Resource alignment – understand what resources and what time are required to meet the roadmap milestones
  • Resource development – any new processes or technology needs to be supported
  • Employee training/skill development  -- many new business processes never launch because a company’s most important assets – its employees – are not properly engaged in the development or trained