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As-is Analysis and Digitization

TheCurrent analysis is the basis on which you can safely build your IT and digitalization projects. It serves as a starting block for any form of strategic IT planning and gives you a clear picture of your current technological equipment and options. The findings from oneCurrent analysis are crucial for making well-founded decisions and setting the right course for the future.

To get a quick and precise overview of your IT structure and digital activities, theCurrent analysis cope well with the help of a checklist. The company can often carry out the analysis itself. An independent, objective view from outside, supported by broad specialist knowledge, can open up additional perspectives. A well-prepared meeting or workshop can often provide a solid starting point for planning future IT and digitalization projects.

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Detailed As-is analysis of the current digital infrastructure and IT landscape as an inventory of digitalization maturity including identification of optimization potential for your company.

Example checkliste for an as-is analysis

1. IT policies and documentation

Analysis of all written documentation and guidelines.

☑︎ IT Proper Use Policy / Privacy Policy

☑︎ IAM Policy / Information Management Policy

☑︎ Password Policy / Incident/Disaster Procedure

☑︎ BYOD policies

☑︎ relevant frameworks if necessary (e.g. ITIL, COBIT, DIN or Cloud)

2. Organizational structure of the company

Analyse theOrganizational structure including the responsible personnel aeven beyond IT.

☑︎ Organizational structure (flat/hierarchical, horizontal/vertical, organizational integration of IT)

☑︎ Overview of job positions and titles/goals and tasks of employees (with a focus on IT)

☑︎ IT/Digital Responsibility: Qualifications and Skills

☑︎ Communication channels (internal and external, are there standards/specifications/guidelines)

☑︎ Training and further education opportunities (with a focus on IT)

☑︎ Project management (structures/responsibilities/IT tools)

3. Internal processes

Analysis of how a company functions, here with a focus on IT and digital.

☑︎ Management hierarchy / approval processes / meeting structures

☑︎ Time and Performance recording / productivity management

☑︎ Financial management / service level agreements (with IT relevance)

☑︎ Overview of all ongoing relevant projects (current and planned)

☑︎ Risk Assessment / Disaster Recovery Plans (for IT and General)

4. Existing IT

Inventory of all technological tools used in daily operations.

☑︎ Network infrastructure / access points

☑︎ Hardware / Software (standard and individual)

☑︎ Data storage / cloud applications

☑︎ External service providers and third-party providers (IT-based)

☑︎ List of all other relevant technological components related to IT

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