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Analyze, optimize, realize (AOR) methodology combines 1E’s award-winning technology with our unrivaled domain expertise to reduce it waste and deliver on-going measurable cost savings to our clients.
1E’s experienced team of Consultants and IT Financial Analysts have a proven track record of minimizing clients’ IT spend while increasing efficiency. Rigorous analysis of technical infrastructure is developed into straight forward, accurate reports to identify opportunities and verify cost savings.
IT estates change as the enterprise grows. Mergers, acquisitions and expansion into new locations all provide opportunity for waste to creep back into environments. We revisit clients on a regular basis to review processes and quantify any improvements that could still be made.
We empower our clients with the tools, experience and training to perform these waste reduction processes themselves, ensuring that IT teams are self-sufficient and capable of repeating the cycle independently. When our business reviews find gaps in achievement we make specific recommendations to quickly drive maximum success.
AOR is a continuous exercise that doesn’t stop once the solution is deployed. We stay engaged to continuously measure against the latest projection reports to ensure savings are always maximized.
We ensure that our cost savings projections are grounded in reality. Unlike many in the marketplace, our AOR methodology is based on benchmarking results against fact-based analysis, not theoretical wish lists.
ROI is only the first step. 1E drives cost savings that go beyond a simple ROI calculation. We deliver transformative results based on a complete overhaul of IT inefficiencies and stay engaged to ensure a process of continual optimization.
Validation of actual results against accurate projections, using real customer data, is central to the AOR methodology. It provides our clients with a clear view into the success of the engagement, so the true value is always clear.