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BOXARR and Deloitte formed alliance to map complex business systems

Posted 14 February 2018 · Add Comment

Software company BOXARR and business advisory firm Deloitte, have formed an alliance to provide businesses and organisations with solutions to analyse and optimise their complex technical, operational and organisational systems.



Through the alliance, Deloitte will utilise BOXARR’s analysis software to help clients map out the complexity of their business systems, such as supply chains and operating models; providing them with greater visibility of their enterprise and the inter-dependency of their systems. Through this, organisations will have a greater understanding of the consequences of potential business decisions and scenarios, as well as the time, resources, and costs associated with these.

"Deloitte is always looking for new ways to solve problems and has created a number of software alliances to speed up the innovation process both within the firm and when working with clients. We are proud to announce our latest alliance with BOXARR", says John Buckley, Director at Deloitte.

 "Deloitte’s vision is to leverage the BOXARR platform to offer clients a greater visibility of their current business systems and bring to life the relationships and inter-dependencies within them. Additionally, it has the potential to provide greater foresight for future business decisions and the ability to devise new services to manage their operations in the future. As we develop joint-solutions with BOXARR, we look forward to creating fresh uses for the technology as we solve new types of problems with a wide variety of organisations.”

The companies have already begun collaborating on client engagements across the UK, USA, and Australia, and will continue to develop their solutions across new domains and global markets. 

"Complexity is the new elephant in the room,", says Fraser Hamilton, BOXARR's Vice President for Global Alliances, "And organisations are quickly realising that effectively managing inter-dependency is a crucial aspect to achieving successful and sustainable outcomes.”

“As organisations grow and evolve, so does their complexity. And with complexity comes hidden risks, which can have potentially critical impacts to their operational performance. Likewise, complexity can also bring opportunity - but only if it can be identified and leveraged in an effective and timely manner. Crunching big-data is one thing but making complexity human-readable is another."

BOXARR enables people across organisations to quickly and collaboratively stitch together disparate information systems, processes, and human expertise into a tapestry of inter-dependencies; producing a digital twin of a specific challenge or scaling up to reflect their holistic organisational operations. These models can then be visualized through a variety of filterable contexts or lenses; interrogated by functional analyses; and used to simulate the propagated effects of planned changes or the impacts of unforeseen events.  

"We are delighted to be working with Deloitte, building a global practice in BOXARR-based solutions.", continues Fraser, "Our capabilities combined with their expertise delivers a powerful and valuable asset to their clients, empowering them to thrive in an increasingly complex environment." 

Phil Sandford, Partner at Deloitte, adds, "When I was first introduced to BOXARR I knew it could be a game-changer. Now that I’ve seen how well this approach works in real client situations I am tremendously excited about this alliance.”

 

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