Leadership must ensure that the company is making the best investments in systems, resources, and support, so that the IT function can fully meet the needs of its internal clients and focus on initiatives that drive company objectives.
Following a thorough assessment of your IT organization, Navigate helps clients articulate strengths and challenges, makes recommendations for adjustments that will more effectively promote business goals, and delivers an implementation roadmap that you can put into action to drive additional value from your IT organization. We can also guide the transition of IT into a more visible and valued position within your company, helping to shape and execute on your business strategy.
The client is a leading provider of health services to Southern New Jersey, serving more than half a million patients each year with a workforce comprised of 5,000 employees. Due to the rising cost of software licenses, HIPAA security scrutiny and increased employee on/off-boarding timelines, the client needed to define a new set business standards that aligned software access rights and permissions while mitigating potential security and HIPAA risks.
Navigate collaborated with the client to create a user provisioning report that listed all users and system access needs; analyze current state and forecasted software license needs; develop process and procedures for re-aligning non-essential software licenses; and define the requirements and roadmap for an automated user provisioning system.
With Navigate’s guidance, the client established and aligned software licenses to essential cross-departmental user profiles, resulting in a license fee cost savings; instituted a licensing governance process to ensure compliance with user profile distribution; implemented an automated user provisioning platform, resulting in the reduction of employee on / off-boarding timelines.