Transforming ideas into achievable goals
Our processes implemented, your vision realised
Brickendon invest in the creation and development of change management processes, tools and methodologies with the collective goal of improving change programmes within the clients we serve.
Embracing change, however big or small, is often fraught with internal challenges due to ambiguity in measurable value and success criteria. Brickendon present clearly defined change solutions, supported by evidence, to achieve confidence within our client organisations.
We can offer Brickendon solutions to successfully facilitate and transform business and technology change in the following areas: project & programme management office, data management solutions and reporting, performance management and monitoring realignment, implementation and integration services, business process evaluation and re-engineering, development and test management frameworks – to name a few.
Brickendon’s change management teams are proactively accountable for ensuring the business or IT benefits are realised. Our experienced consultants have implemented change programmes at large financial institutions for decades and we continue to build on this experience.
Our expert consultants have the tools and experience in implementing the change that will strategically benefit your business.
With the MiFID II implementation deadline already behind us, Brickendon’s expert consultants look at the importance of adopting a cohesive test strategy.
With the MiFID II implementation deadline already behind us, Brickendon’s experts look at the issues associated with data quality and lineage and why it pays to have a globally consistent strategic and holistic approach to sourcing and populating data.
Britain’s decision to leave the EU means many things for the financial services sector, including the possibility of being unable to properly service clients in all regions post-Brexit. Brickendon’s experts look at how best to prepare for all eventualities and avoid potentially significant losses of income.
RPA – Robotic Process Automation – is not about robots taking our jobs. It is about enabling organisations to make the best use of their employees in areas that add value to the firm’s operations by delegating repetitive tasks to machines.