Percipience are experts in business and technology modernisation. We use data driven methodologies to architect change, manage transformation and assure our clients can successfully compete even in the most disruptive markets. Unlike many new technology consultancies, we have strong Board level experience. We focus on business goals and ensure complete understanding of the IT tasks to be done. We bring together strong transformation management and project management experience, data driven assessment and assurance processes and a wide knowledge of modern Agile and DevOps technologies, to manage and mitigate the risks of change
We take the Board’s vision and develop an actionable IT strategy. We then design the IT architecture and develop the transformation roadmap — To the Cloud and to a more agile development environment that embraces an integrated DevOps culture.Read more
We take on the Transformation Manager and/or Project Manager role to help manage internal resources and deliver the IT roadmap. We bring key technical resources and knowledge of key technologies/applications to ensure success. Where needed we provide procurement and contracting skills and always train and up-skill in-house staff so they can take over.Read more
Open and accurate communication is key to assuring the success of a transformation project. We use a data driven methodology to provide Board assurance around people, process and technology at all stages of the project lifecycle.Read more
“I have partnered with the Percipience team on a broad range of projects over the past years. From strategy, IT diligence and optimization to product execution. Percipience has been key to our technology success at Hearst.”– Phil Wiser, CTO Hearst Corporation
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Due Diligence: A sound start on the journey to the Cloud and Digital Transformation
You might be forgiven for thinking, that in today’s Cloud-centric World an understanding of IT infrastructure is no longer a critical requirement. If you can spin up new servers in the public cloud…