Develop design, change and execution capability.

1) Well designed business models are a prerequisite for success

  • The conceptual designs or architectural models of an organization will determine its long-term success and sustainability.
  • The essence of design is in defining the manner by which the enterprise delivers value to clients, colleagues and other stakeholders, enticing clients to pay for value, and the conversion of revenue into profits.
  • It is in these designs or architectural models where opportunities for innovation, client success, revenue optimization and cost reductions hide.

The matrix design board, process and principles significantly improve conceptual design quality and enable better execution of the designs.

2) Great designs take time and are resource intensive

  • In today’s complex world, designing good solutions requires a mastery of multidimensional complexity.
  • Lack of conceptual models, difficulties to collaborate and co-create and the absence of adequate digital tools leave architects of the organization almost empty handed.
  • The lack of this capability makes creating great designs difficult, time consuming and troublesome.

The matrix design board, process and principles supported with technology speeds up designs and makes collaboration easier.

3) Lack of overview is costly in complex environments

  • The design approaches and tools used today do not create sufficient overview.
  • Interconnections and success dependencies between concepts are not visualized and therefore not understood.
  • Detecting duplications and overlaps are not easy and important things are often overlooked.

The digital matrix board creates a holistic view of the solution and the platform enables a holistic view over  the  conceptual and execution landscape of the organization.

4) The lack of real time/real life feedback slows down decision making

  • Responding to changes in the external environment will keep designs relevant.
  • Understanding how all parts work together is critical feedback required by an architect.

The Scientrix execution toolkit enables a seamless connection between design, execution and impact.

5) The cost of remodelling or restructuring of solutions is time-consuming and expensive

  • Implementing a new structure, redesigning role profiles, adjusting business processes, changing strategies and focus, cascading a new strategy are huge efforts for the organization every time.
  • The organization’s business intelligence is hidden in silo documents and spreadsheets.

The Scientrix platform is a modular (plug and play) architecture that helps to speed up necessary adjustments to existing models and helps to rebuild new models from existing components and artifacts.

6) Organizations are too complex to be run with a single structure or governance model

  • In addition to the normal line management, many organizations have implemented program structures but struggle with the related governance models.
  • Over and above this, organizations are now looking at their structures as networks of teams. Keeping these teams loosely connected but aligned to deliver on a strategy is almost impossible without central source of intelligence.

Scientrix allows teams to connect in multiple structures which can be managed using different governance models. It also serves as the glue that keeps teams connected through a central source of intelligence.

 7) The cost of multiple systems is high and tool fatigue is a big complaint

  • It makes sense to have design and execution in one platform.
  • Employees are overwhelmed with different tools for different purposes.
  • The user experiences with the different tools are not unified.
  • The licenses and maintenance cost of technology are high.

The Scientrix multi-purpose platform solves these problems. License and maintenance costs are reduced. The platform creates a beautiful, unified, user friendly and cool environment that is tailored to the needs and maturity of every single user. The Scientrix platform also integrates seamlessly through APIs with other enterprise systems.