Many of our clients are under pressure do deliver better services more efficiently. Digital transformation can lead to a multitude of solutions for your customer, but it’s not easy to know where to start
Digital disruption can make or break organisations, so transformation needs to be approached carefully.
Our experienced digital transformation team helps large and complex organisations – including an array of government departments – move towards digital business models.
Methods Digital uses its tried and tested capability-led transformation approach to get clients started on their digital transformation journey.
By identifying clients’ capability needs, we can advise on how to simplify, standardise and share solutions to meet common capability needs in a more modular and flexible way – thereby saving money by reducing complexity and duplication.
This rapid discovery approach helps senior management understand their organisation’s business landscape and identify opportunities for improvement.
Every organisation has a set of business capabilities in place – i.e. the combination of people, process, information and technology – that allows it to meet the needs of its service users. The steps we follow are:
This unique technique breaks down complexity, revealing duplication and inefficient means of service delivery.
Learn more from Michael Beaven’s blog post 5 steps to deliver better public sector services
We offer a rapid prototyping service which allows our clients to create an Alpha solution that can be tested with real users in a short space of time. Ultimately, our job is to get our clients get started and moving towards delivery.
Our service design team will be on hand to make to make sure your digital product meets with user needs.
Proven public sector experience
Methods Digital understands government and its idiosyncrasies. Our proven public sector expertise means our clients are in safe hands.
We are also the only digital consultancy to have influenced and advised the Cabinet Office on re-using digital components and open utility platforms as a way of saving public money.