To Harmony Technology Services, success is defined by optimizing our client’s business outcomes. We achieve this by applying the decades of Fortune 100 C-Suite experience to your most pressing challenges, whether managing an acquisition, merger or divestiture, managing an enterprise-wide system implementation or solving a particular hardware or software challenge, our team works effectively at all levels of the organization, from the executive suite to business process owners.
First, we listen. By hearing our client’s challenges, we better understand what obstacles they need to overcome. With that understanding, we help our clients create a vision of success, define the path to reach the goals that support that vision and guide project implementation to attain desired outcomes.
Acquisitions, mergers and divestitures are among the most complex programs corporations can undergo. Often, these drive a challenging set of IT projects because they can touch nearly every part of an organization, and must be completed according to tight schedules. The most important element to success is an integration plan that starts with the vision of the future of the business, followed by an IT Strategy and Enterprise Architecture, and supported by a strong execution plan. Harmony Technology Services leverages the decades of experience to provide all of this to our customers, along with the capacity to manage the full lifecycle of the project.
The interdisciplinary process of Systems Engineering encompasses all aspects of a system, including planning, hardware, software, communications, implementation, operations and sustainment. Done properly, the process ensures that capability, risks, quality, reliability, maintainability and cost vs. performance are considered through the system development/implementation life cycle. Harmony Technology Services brings hands-on experience to consultations with our clients to ensure that their needs are consistent with current technology and the system’s capabilities, and are satisfied throughout a system’s lifetime.