Cloud, mobility and the Internet of Things are starting to shake up the corporate mindset and procurement models for large corporations like never before.
Digital transformation is driving major changes in business operations, leading to new commercial models and new approaches to risk allocation. It requires new ways of working – including in relation to procurement, compliance, contracting, governance and change management. It also requires new contract frameworks that can deliver on the promises of digital transformation.
We understand the new commercial models emerging, the new approaches to risk allocation, and the new kinds of commercial relationships arising. This enables us to play a critical role in “joining up the dots” - and creating new contract models that can deliver on the promises of digital transformation.
We work with our clients to develop:
- New contract and governance frameworks, with an integrated approach to change management.
- New flexible and agile approaches to procurement, supplier engagement and vendor management.
- New commercial / pricing models for resourcing on demand.
- An integrated corporate framework for achievement of required business outcomes.
- New “future proofing” mechanisms for ensuring ongoing competitiveness, focusing on:
- dynamic developments in the market, rather than retrospective benchmarking approaches
- the ongoing competitiveness of pricing, products and services, and innovation.
Our experience includes advising:
- A global resources company on a pioneering deal to transform its core enterprise IS&T systems to a global “As-A-Service” offering, based in the cloud.
- Qantas on the outsourcing of its IT environment to provide agile and flexible IT services to drive innovation throughout Qantas’s operations.
- Three of Australia’s big-four banks on a large range of IT projects.
- Transurban on the deployment of its unified multi-tenanted tolling system (GLIDe) onto NorthConnex and the Western Sydney Orbital and revised tolling and customer management arrangements for each toll road.