IT Strategy development projects are usually a good opportunity to share experiences, to assess and review company’s strategies and development plans. IT Strategy should be aligned with company’s overall strategy and a solid IT Roadmap needs to be developed to support the effective implementation of the Strategy.
The IT Strategy and Roadmap should address the following areas: business, technology and Human Resources. A specific list of desired improvements should be developed for each of the above areas. The list should be prioritized based on the benefits and ROI expected to be generated for the organization.
In the current digital era it is important to continuously improve your Information Systems and to efficiently and rapidly implement new technologies. Wevioo supports you throughout the development and the implementation of your IT Roadmap by providing you with robust methodologies, industry best practices, international expertise and proven Information Systems project delivery capabilities.


Business cases

As part of our client’s overall strategy review and improvement plan, Wevioo was requested to update, develop and implement a new operating model and a new Information System. An overall assessment of the existing Information System process and procedures, applications and information flows. The assessment was followed by the identification of areas for improvement and the development of a transformation plan. As a result of this project, roles and responsibilities within the IS department have been clarified, effective information flow implemented and processes and procedures optimized.  
Identification and review of all end user needs.  Assessment of the identified needs based on business, organizational and technological impact and complexity. Prioritization of the identified needs and development of a project portfolio and a Transformation Roadmap designed to ensure quick implementation and highest financial returns. BNA were thus able to benefit from a transformation strategy and expert assistance in implementing it.  
A recommended IT functional map was developed based on the strategic directions of senior management and the assessment of the existing processes and organization. The Wevioo project team developed a Roadmap to move from the current to the future functional map. A portfolio of projects were identified and documented and the Roadmap developed to deliver the best value. The program developed by Wevioo enabled the client to support company’s international development by transforming and upgrading the IS organization.   
Wevioo developed a gap analysis between current systems and future requirements based on the company’s objectives and strategy. Implementation scenarios have been developed and assessed and a final Roadmap developed for the next five years based on the best implementation strategy.
As part of a full Due Diligence exercise initiated by a Private Equity Investor, Wevioo was assigned the role of conducting the Due Diligence analysis of the company’s supply chain and Information Systems. A full list of required improvement projects was identified, prioritized, budgeted and ROI estimated for each major initiative.
Wevioo was requested to develop and design a Target Company Information System to ensure better tracking of logistics and manufacturing flows as well as to provide more transparency to clients and business partners.Implementation of the recommended plan allowed the client to draw closer to its customers and gain market shares.  
This project addressed the development of an information system masterplan for the ministry of social affairs. The objective of the Masterplan was to support changes expected in the social insurance and poverty eradication sector. Quick wins were identified and successfully implemented.
Review of the functional coverage of current Information System of the IT Department and gap analysis vs. the ITIL framework and business processes, established the strengths and weaknesses of the existing IS and compiled a list of prioritized recommendations.Thereafter AXIS was  able to launch several IT transformation projects. 
The Unique Identifier approach has been selected by the Tunisian government as a key tool for the improvement of state services and the development of online services. From an analysis of what was already in place, an international benchmarking and a detailed study of national and sector needs for UCI, we proposed the new legal, regulatory and technological guidelines for this system, as well as a national action plan to implement the new UCI system, while ensuring the protection of personal data.