IS Analysis



Each company has its own specifics and requirements on the IT infrastructure. IT infrastructure and information systems form significant cost items of each organization. It is therefore necessary to ensure that they are sufficiently effective, efficient and appropriate to the needs of the company.

This is preceded by a thorough analysis.

The aim of the analysis is to generate accurate instructions for a particular information system. Lack of analysis postpones the problems that initially appear to be "irrelevant", but later prove to be serious and the costs of their removal are then significantly higher. Analysis of information networks consists of two main parts: finding out the IS requirements of a specific organization and consequently formation of the IS itself. Analysis of new or existing IT environments also offers new insight into the needs of a company, which further specifies IT services and products.

Our methods and techniques adapt to the needs of customers. Then we provide training in the actual implementation of the system in practice.