Governing the information system


The IS governance concept refers both to the management of the information system (IS) architecture and its components and to the organizational dimension of IS management, and therefore to the steering of the Information System Management.

It is therefore understandable that the implementation of IS governance is an inescapable dimension within the organizations in which digital technologies are now strategic. Mere monitoring of the technological state of the art market is an incomplete response to the identification of suitable and sustainable solutions.

In this context, our firm has developed an expertise in auditing, consulting and support, based on well-known and proven international analytical frameworks such as COBIT (general governance of information systems) Enterprise Architecture, ITIL (Service Delivery and Support), CMMi (System Development), PMI (Project Management), MoP (Project Portfolio Management), ISO 27002 (IS Security) or e-SCM (outsourcing of services).