business on demand

  • The Right Resource

  • The Right Skill Set

  • The Right Time

  • The Right Cost

After spending 20 years in the technology services industry, Founding Partner, Julian Corden, decided to revolutionise the way in which services would be priced and delivered. He wanted his clients to only pay for the services they need, when they need them at a fair price. Historically, flexible services models came with a high cost or restrictive clauses; this usually forced companies to compromise on quality, time or recruit internally.

This is made possible by creating a very deep partnership with our clients. We need to understand their business intimately so that we are providing the right people and services to deliver tangible and measurable business benefit. In fact, our first meetings with prospects are more like two-way interviews than the traditional sales meeting. We need to be sure the partnership will be a success; we will turn down business if we don’t feel our services will help transform our client’s organisation. To strengthen this sentiment, we often enter into risk-reward relationships; if our clients succeed we succeed, if they don’t, we don’t.

Our portfolio of services can be classified as Transformational Business Services. They can range from providing end-to-end Business-On-Demand services, to, creating a new sales strategy then taking to the proposition to market, to, helping deliver complex ICT projects. At the core of all these services is our D7 Consulting Methodology which provides the necessary framework but also the flexibility to deliver to a range of clients and projects.

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Sikuli’s
D7 Consulting Framework

Sikuli’s D7 methodology has been refined over the last 20 years and draws on decades of experience in management and leadership positions within the Information and Communication Technology industry.

Our Methodology Overview:

Define – clearly agree and outline the vision, goals and objectives for the business and this project

Discover – thoroughly understand the existing environment

Design – create a detailed plan for successfully delivering to the objectives

Decide – understand and agree which parts of the plan we want to implement

Dialog - create and deliver clear communication to everyone impacted by the project

Deliver – deliver the proposition

Develop – it’s important to continually critically analyse the plan, measure success against objectives and then rework the plan if required.