CTO as a Service

The role of the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) typically has executive responsibility for managing and delivery technology within the organisation. CTO as a Service (CTOaaS) brings external objectivity and expertise to an organisation that may lack the CTO resource or organisational structure; some organisation require a part-time CTO to supplement to existing expertise.

Benefits of CTOaaS:

  • Direct, honest assessment of your current context – we will be your Critical Friend to make the business change happen.
  • Industry vertical(s) and public sector experience that can bring insights and knowledge with Security Clearance.
  • Interim engagement basis across the full life of a business change program/project.
  • Flexible deployment and transparent commercial options designed around your needs

NWT CTOaaS provides either a high-calibre multi-talented CT team or an individual CTO Consultant providing extensive experience and innovative thinking to help clients stay ahead of the technology curve and turn disruptions and challenges into strategic and operational advantage.

CTO as a Service

Whether they are developing strategy, leading a programme of work or a complete digital transformation, our Consultants always take time to fully understand the company’s culture, processes, skillsets, leadership and customers so they can shape a project in a way that wins the hearts and minds of every stakeholder. Our Consultants have real world experience that enables them and the client to make the right decisions at the right time based on relevant content. They can also draw on the wider expertise and resources of our strategic alliance partners, bringing together the collective team’s innovative thinking to deliver today’s digital imperatives. 

The CTaaS is not based upon sales and marketing content, but on deep knowledge and experience of how successful change programmes are delivered. Working in partnership with your own internal team, we will help you create the necessary artefacts at the relevant stages of the programme whether that is the Business Case, Technology Strategy, Product Roadmap or Transition and Transformation Plan, we will be there to ensure you deliver.

What makes a good CTO?

A CTO must be able to:

  • lead on understanding and documenting the business needs and alternatives based on business needs and evidence, and, the CTO must be forward-thinking to challenge the norms to establish the overall business needs.
  • build the business case to that can explain how the business value will be delivered and when by working with the business stakeholder to identify the benefits that drives the business strategy.
  • develop the plan to that will deliver the business improvements by focusing on the business outcomes not just on the technology journey.
  • engage with the business and technology team to make the business processes changes happen; drive the organisational and people change; manage the data/information & application updates and ensure the technology milestones are met.
  • to monitor and report change progress to the stakeholders.
  • energise resources and to deliver quality solutions across all work effort.

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