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Business Architecture is building “a blueprint” of the enterprise that provides a common understanding of the organisation and align strategic objectives and tactical demands. Business Analysis is the discipline of identifying business needs and determining solutions to business problems. Solutions often include a software-systems development component, but may also consist of process improvement, organisational change or strategic planning and policy development.

Organisational Effectiveness is the concept of how effective an organisation is in achieving the outcomes they intend by re-directing the use of resources, business process, budget allocations, culture or other modes of operation that significantly reshape a company or organisation. We help organisations achieve OE through culture change, change leadership, learning and development and strategic alignment.

Digital change is inevitable, whether it is driven by you, your customers, the competition or regulation. Using Continuous Quality our end-to-end approach accelerates change, giving businesses agility to deliver faster, better, cheaper outcomes to ensure that the digital transformation has the required impact.

The world is producing a huge amount of data that will increase tremendously over the next years. Data Analytics methodologies and techniques help to discover useful information and supports decision-making. In conjunction with Quality Intelligence, it helps companies to easily interpret their big data, report on quality aspects of their IT landscape, identify areas of improvements and strengthen their businesses in a competitive market.

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For over 35 years, our thought leadership and quality specialism has been helping organisations manage their business and technology risks to achieve fit-for-purpose business outcomes.  We share with you whitepapers and reports that will give you solutions and insight from our industry and technology specialist consultants. 

The latest innovation, and with probably the greatest impact on the market, will be the dawn of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).  Artificial Intelligence is here to stay, and it is only a matter of time before it is no longer an opt-in but a business necessity to have a good understanding and viable products to ensure market survival. Looking at traditional manual testing services in particular, it is evident that the increase in maturity of AI-based testing will, in the next 5-10 years, decrease the ramp-up costs to get into automation, to the point that human-based testing will no longer constitute an ROI for most of the global market.

Faced with the immense cost pressure coming from automation, manual operations will be downgraded to the level of a commodity that can only be provided below cost as part of a larger package, or offered via cheap labour sources.

By prioritising quality and taking a quality first approach, businesses can be sure they are doing everything in their power to avoid IT system failures and remain competitive. This collection of whitepapers, written by SQS consultants shares innovative solutions covering the following topics:

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