Are you embarking on a new mobile work execution strategy?
If work execution is a critical part of your business, then your mWE strategy must support your top line business objectives. Layline Associates can work with your leadership team to develop a mWE strategy that maps to your corporate intermediate and long term goals. Developing a strategy that is understood and supported by the entire organization, will improve the probability of a success implementation.
How do you measure the financial and non-financial benefits of an mWE implementation project?
Justifying a project requires understanding the measurable and non-measurable potential benefits of mWE. Layline Associates has identified 18 potential areas for financial savings and numerous non-financial and non-quantifiable benefits. The mWE benefits are different for every company. Understanding your potential benefits means you can prioritizing the functional requirements to achieve the maximum benefit when selecting your solution. Layline Associates personnel have conducted numerous, detailed value assessments for generation and non-generation applications. A Layline Value Assessment (VA) will set the stage for your business justification and solution selection process.
Internal Development Review
Does your current strategy include an internal development project. Are you seeing unexpected delays or reduced user acceptance?
Early enterprise level mWE solutions did not meet some organizations' business requirements, forcing them to go down the "internal development path." Many of these projects have stalled or failed to deliver the expected end user benefits. Layline Associates can provide an independent review of your internal development project to determine if it is on track to deliver the expected benefit, can be redirected, or it an alternative strategy should be considered.
Business Case Development
Does your business case include the ongoing costs of your planed mWE execution? Does your organization understand what it takes to maintain and continuously improve a mWE implementation?
It is relatively easy to measure the expected benefits of an mWE project, you can also estimate the expected cost of the initial implementation, and you can apply risk adjustments to the potential benefits and contingency factors to the implementation cost to forecast an ROI. But understanding the long term cost of end user support, maintaining and upgrading the solution, and the cost of continuous improvement, is essential to creating a comprehensive business and execution plan. Layline Associates has experience in all phase of mWE projects. Our team can help you avoid building an underfunded business plan.