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IT Governance

NARTech focuses on advising client organizations on how best to use information technology to meet their business objectives. In addition to providing advice, NARTech consultants often estimate, manage, implement, deploy, and administer IT systems on behalf of our clients.

The role of NARTech is to support and nurture your organization from the very beginning of a project until the end and deliver the project not only within the scope, time and cost but also with complete customer satisfaction.

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The experts at NARTech have guided some of the world’s top organizations through technical, business, and people-based issues. We deliver services at each stage in the project lifecycle to help get (and keep) your business-critical IT initiatives on track. To help you achieve your goals, our expert consultants leverage a unique combination of hands-on experience and practical skills, visibility into industry best practices, in-depth knowledge of current and planned vendor solutions, and our consulting methodology.

NARTech offers the following types of IT consulting services to the U.S. government and commercial clients looking to achieve high-performance results:

  • Program/Project Management
  • Strategic Planning Assistance
  • Special Market Studies
  • Emerging Technologies
  • System Reviews
  • Business Process Reengineering (BPR)
  • Vendor Assessment and source-selection
  • Enterprise Architecture Development

Basic Principles of IT Governance

  • Clearly Defined Roles: Defined roles and responsibilities for clients, other stakeholders, and the consulting team
  • Establish processes based on industry best practices, including task automation
  • Strategic alignment of IT with business objectives
  • Measurement of performance to detect failures and ensure continuous improvement.
  • Visualize Success: Helping the client see the end at the beginning
  • You Advise, They Decide: Client is the best person to decide
  • Be Oriented Towards Results: Ensuring that the solution addresses end-user concerns, user training, implementation and maintenance constraints