At SystemicLogic we have extensive and deep expertise across many different industries and geographies. We draw on our experienced teams to help you perform better and produce extraordinary financial returns. We are not trapped in any specific practice or industry norms and approaches. Our ability to bring many perspectives together from a wide range of industries and business models are directed at delivering applied value to you. Our focus is to find Radical Ideas and then work with you to deliver Practical Implementation related results.
|The financial services sector is under pressure as business models are challenged. Deregulation is breaking down barriers to entry into new businesses and alternate business models are emerging. Technological changes focus on the potential to serve customers with greater intensity. There is a renewed focus on channels and optimization of back-office operations.
|Software, hardware and networking businesses face immense challenges as global markets scramble to find the optimum level of service delivery capability. There are many aspects of the supply and demand designs that require optimum execution abilities. Some challenges include:
IT architecture shifts (e.g. web client, peer-to-peer, virtualization)
New computing and communication platforms (e.g. smartphones, on-demand)
Alternate business models and service orientation (e.g. software as a service SaaS, advertisement sponsored services)
Communication standards and alternatives (e.g. IM, SMS, MMS, VoIP)
Appliances and the new packaged based models
New Platform Operating Models and alternate execution and sourcing options
|Emerging markets are focusing on developing new models of market penetration. This is creating new opportunities in delivering on the growth promise as this industry matures. New protocols and concentration of services are pushing innovation initiatives into new realms of execution.
|Governments are reviewing their options to become more citizen centric. This focus forces them to address processes and automation to drive efficiencies.|
|As the world is moving towards co-production and mass customization, we find that manufacturing companies need to re-assess their strategies. Consumer trends and globalization force organizations to re-look at their practices for the new era.|
Retail and Consumer
|There are trends showing that consumer product companies need to focus on the right markets, categories of product and have strategies that execute at renewed levels of energy. Consumer behavior is changing with more demands being placed on the retail and consumer organizations. Their behaviors and needs are shifting and becoming more fragmented. This results in fragmented and multi-level market definitions.