Procuring software within Government agencies just became easier for Holocentric customers. The panel of off the shelf (COTS) software includes us as a preferred supplier.
Sydney Water and Holocentric are pleased to announce that the Australian Construction Awards have selected the Helix project based on Holocentric’s Modelpedia the winner for 2019 in the “Process Innovation of the Year” category. There were a large number of entries for this plus many very strong applications. They were shortlisted to just 10 providers and then Sydney Water were selected as the winner.
Holocentric CEO Bruce Nixon reflects on the new technologies that have arrived and our partnership with the University of Melbourne to deliver a true Digital Twin of an Organization.
The Next Generation of transformation solutions has arrived. New technologies and approaches can increase success rates, lower transformation costs and ensure sustained benefits.
Would you start a journey without knowing your destination? Most of us are familiar with the scene from Alice in Wonderland where Alice asked “Which road do I take?” to which the Cheshire Cat responded “Where do you want to go?” When Alice answered “I don’t know”, the cat advised “Then it doesn’t matter”.
Most transformation projects attempt to clarify the expected outcomes of an initiative, yet they do not necessarily have a good understanding of the current situation. Would you commence a journey without knowing where your starting point? How could you possibly know the correct path to the destination unless you know where you are now? There needs to be much greater clarity on what your current situation is to undertake an effective transformation.
The new way of working uses intelligence from systems to predict the future.
Imagine being able to simulate an event or process change. What if you could manipulate and measure performance indicators to determine the best way to achieve a better customer experience? Take control with a Digital Twin of your Organization and make efficiencies, support intelligent business decisions and inform strategy.
You may have an idea of what staff should be doing in your business, but what are they actually doing? Discovering how your business operations conform to what your operating model expects, can deliver some very real surprises and benefits.
Whether you have an existing model of your operation or not, process mining is valuable in process discovery, conformance checking, performance mining and process variant analysis.
Holocentric is proud to be a Silver Sponsor at this year’s Gartner ITxpo and Symposium on the Gold Coast.
This year’s theme Continuous Next fits perfectly with our Digital Twin of an Organisation (DTO) strategy and vision. We are very excited to hear that Marc Kerremans, Research Director from Gartner will be hosting a session on the DTO and will be available for one-on-one analyst meetings (details below). Marc is speaking in Australia, as part of the Gartner symposium world-wide roadshow, and we are very privileged to be able to gain access to him and hear the latest in digital business transformation.
An organisation’s ability to respond to change, get to market quickly, and reduce their costs is the mantra of business leaders worldwide. By managing end-to-end processes and taking a global view of process ownership, allows companies to unlock savings to increased performance, lower costs, more insights and compliance.
Gartner, Inc., a leading research and advisory firm listed Holocentric as a Representative Vendor in Technology supporting a DTO in its July 2018 “Market Guide for Technologies Supporting a DTO”.
A digital twin of the organization is defined as a “dynamic software model of any organization that relies on operational and/or other data to understand how an organization operationalizes its business model, connects with its current state, responds to changes, deploys resources and delivers expected customer value”.
Recently, Knowledge Management experts have emphasised that even small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) without a proper strategy to enable streamlined information flow between business units, to and from the right people at the right time, will likely suffer the consequences of decreased productivity and effectiveness of business operations.
Knowledge Management (KM) is nothing new - organisations have always known of its importance, but how should they go about achieving these goals to ensure they maximise the value it can create for the organisation?