Actionable technology strategies designed to facilitate growth.

Whilst I don’t buy into the mantra that ‘every company is a technology company‘, I do believe that every company is a ‘company that uses technology‘, and to operate effectively and achieve our goals, we need to have a technology strategy that is well-aligned to our business. In addition, our technology strategy needs to be both realistic and actionable.


Whether you’re a start-up looking to technology to support rapid growth, or an established company that is looking to the future, but feels constrained by your current technology, I can help. We can review your business strategy, the current landscape, your pain-points and aspirations, and ultimately develop a technology strategy that can deliver real results.

Key Principles.

The following principles are at the heart of every technology strategy I develop:


With the resources and budget available to you and your company.

Goal Oriented

Focused on achieving several business goals over one or more phases.


With your overarching vision, business strategy, people and skills.


Ease to understand, in plain English and no unnecessary complexity.


Things change. Circumstances change. Technology also changes.

My Approach to Technology Strategy Development.

Each engagement is tailored to requirements, but always follows a similar approach:

1. The Landscape

We map your business including key functions, stakeholders, competitors and the wider market landscape. We complement this by deep-diving into your business strategy to understand your vision, success criteria, priorities and timelines. Together we identify any assumptions, dependencies, risks and constraints.

2. Gap Analysis

Here we identify the gaps, or what’s currently standing in the way of you achieving your vision. We examine your current technology and the processes, people and skills that surround it. Issues and blockers are scored and categorised in order to provide the foundations for the vision and roadmap.

3. Vision and Roadmap

Prescriptive plans are nearly impossible to abide by in a continually changing environment. Rather, we set out to define our principles (or pillars) for a future state, then complement this with a robust yet flexible vision of a future state, and a roadmap which describes how we’ll get there.

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