Information technology consultants advise on, plan, design and install information technology systems for their clients.
IT consultants need strong interpersonal and communication skills to deal effectively with clients.
IT consultants, also known as technology consultants, are contracted to work with industrial and commercial clients who are seeking help and advice about business and IT problems.
A typical project involves
Consulting staff from different parts of a client’s organisation
Analysing an organisation’s datadetermining information system requirements and defining project objectives making recommendations, such as suggesting appropriate hardware, software and systems designing, installing and trialling new systems and software, and fixing any issues that arisem compiling and presenting information writing reports and documentation repairing computer problems and removing viruses
A flexible attitude to working patterns is helpful as travel and periods of working away from home are to be expected.
At Janya Info, we value technology as an integral and potentially differentiating component of a business. We help clients transform their organizations; enabling holistic digital strategies to catch up with consumer demands, maximizing value in turnaround situations and ultimately, developing technology operating models that make organizations more agile.
Our technology projects start with business strategy. We believe that a company’s corporate strategy both guides and is influenced by its technological capabilities. Our industry experts take a unique approach to engagements by working with business leaders to initially understand corporate goals and then determine what technological capabilities, systems and support they require to succeed.
What We Do?
- Give advice and recommendations about business and IT problems
- Diagnose and refine challenges & opportunities
- Make recommendations to improve team effectiveness
- Implement new systems to increase productivity and awareness
- Temporarily help during a project where the hiring of permanent employees is not necessary
- External specialist advice