Drivestream’s Cloud Transformation Assessment (CTA) is a collaborative workshop that helps organizations clarify their strategy, identify business value, and lay out a roadmap for migrating to Oracle cloud applications.
A strong cloud migration strategy enables organizations to achieve significant operational and functional performance improvements. Many organizations are faced with obsolete technology and applications that have limited features, high maintenance costs, and poor security.
Does your application limit your performance?
Application limitations can prevent organizations from:
Adapting quickly to market conditions
Meeting compliance requirements
Achieving accurate reporting
Maintaining efficiency in business workflows
Meeting basic goals and needs
Developing a high-performance talent culture
Technology is one of the main levers of change for organizations to thrive and outperform in the market. Oracle Cloud is designed to deliver advanced technologies to innovate and stay ahead of fast changing forces that are driving new business models and ways of working.
Transform Your Business
Completing a CTA Workshop is the first step towards a holistic cloud transformation. It starts with a pre-implementation assessment that seeks to:
Establish the value of a cloud transformation for the organization
Measure the potential impact of change across the organization
Identify key cloud implementation risks and risk mitigation strategies
Review and map business processes to the cloud
Collaboratively scope and develop the cloud migration strategy
Provide a comprehensive estimate of the required resources and costs involved
Plan Your Transition
After completing the workshop, Drivestream will provide a report that:
Defines the project scope, implementation approach, and project timeline
Identifies functions and processes that can be improved through transformation and adoption of best practices
Identifies change and provides guidance on optimizing adoption
Identifies project risks and provides a mitigation approach based on lessons learned