Driving innovation in the sector with our new Digital & Technology Consultancy Service
As part of our continued development of support to the housing sector, we are delighted to announce that Ian Lever has joined Altair to lead our new Digital and Technology Consultancy Service.
Some of you will know Ian, previously at Ark Consultancy and with many years’ experience in the ICT industry, working across a range of sectors including housing, care, local and central government, as well as charities.
Ian has been involved in the digital channel shifting and smart communications agendas within the social housing sector. He has developed and managed the implementation of a large number of innovative ICT strategies including customer access solutions delivering both efficiencies and savings to housing organisations.
The addition of Ian is the first step Altair is taking in growing a strong digital and technology offering to clients, which will complement our broader Transformation and Change activities. As part of this growth we are keen to speak to individuals that would like to be part of the team – either on an employee or associate basis. Keep an eye on our recruitment page in the coming weeks or send your CV to Ian directly.
Key services under Altair’s Digital and Technology consultancy stream:
- Strategic IT support
- Advice on emerging technologies
- IT and digital strategy development
- Digital maturity assessments
- Digital transformation
- Target Operating Model Design (TOM)
- Business case development (systems and infrastructure)
- IT business process re-engineering and enablement
- IT outsourced support / placements
- Project management / IT implementation
- IT procurement support
- IT contract / SLA establishments
- Interim IT skills placements
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