Our IT framework (IT-CMF) has helped companies achieve significant and measurable results
Find out how organizations all over the world have been able to demonstrate IT Value through using the IT-CMF.
BCG share how IT-CMF has helped build capability for the Digital Age
Andrew Agerbak highlights how BCG use the IT Capability Maturity Framework (IT-CMF) to help clients address the challenges of Digital Transformation
How DTCC use IT-CMF
Hear from Robert Garrison of DTCC as he accepts the IVI Global Leader in IT Value Award and talks about how the IT-CMF has helped him demonstrate IT Value.
The IT-CMF has been used to achieve increased IT effectiveness, reduce costs, and align IT to business goals for hundreds of companies.
Read on to learn more about how our IT Framework (IT-CMF) has created driven IT value for diverse companies in a wide range of industries.
Case Study: BNY Mellon
BNY Mellon is the sixth largest investment management firm in the world, and seventh largest wealth management firm in the United States.
They are a highly distributed organisation; 60,000 employees globally, 13,000 in Client Technology Services (IT).
Mandated by the Global CIO, the IT-CMF is used to ensure that BNY Mellon’s vast infrastructure and 13,000 IT employees deliver the functionality & capability needed to support the global enterprise.
What’s the impact been?
Reduction in Customer Impacting Incidents
Case Study: Intel
In 2006 the Intel CEO Paul Otellini introduced a new strategic initiative called SET (Structure and Efficiency Teams) with a goal of efficiency and taking $2–3 billion out of Intel costs to improve Intel’s bottom line.
Intel IT was one of the first organisations to align and embrace this strategy; and the CIO introduced early redeployments and cost reductions to deliver IT’s share of this overall cost reduction goal.
A baseline IT capability assessment in 2007 showed that many of the Intel IT critical capabilities had low maturity
Find out moreRead how Intel used the IT-CMF to measure capability during this period, with year on year improvement achieved in each critical capability
Case Study: Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
Dwr Cyrmu Welsh Water (DCWW), the sole provider of water and waste water services in the region and with 3000 employees, is the fourth largest employer in Wales.
The company has regulated revenues of around £700m per annum and has adopted a mutual values model, where it either invests its profits in its assets or returns them to customers.
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, in partnership with the Innovation Value Institute (IVI) and BearingPoint supported the delivery of improved IT services while reducing operating costs by 20%.