Technological Sizing and organisation consists in revising and defining the organisational structures which the TICs are allowing:
To contain management and staff costs, notwithstanding the incorporation of new people to incorporate new competencies
To improve the efficiency of internal procedures.
To define the optimal organisation structure for the needs and characteristics of the organisation.
To distribute, segment or redefine the tasks of each area according to their attributes and dimensions.
To describe the responsibilities of area and actors for TIC procedures
To assume new competencies, without a substantial increment in managerial costs for the entity, under criteria of efficiency and efficacy.
To guarantee a correct separation of functions.
To elaborate the catalogue of internal services (or other areas or units of the entity) or external (clients, providers, citizens…).
For the Definition of the Organisational Structure, we provide consulting support to define the new organisational structure, considering the business procedures and the technological conditions; organisational or legal.