Strategic Focus

UNIFY’s planning processes focus on one and three-year targets for strategic objectives that enable the business to grow and compete in rapidly changing environments. In Identity and Security, three years is the longest period where there is enough stability with external factors to make planning useful, and long enough to make significant breakthrough changes. Continuous vigilance and revision of road maps provides the agility required to protect our customers’ information and assets in a dynamically changing and increasingly digital landscape.

We focus on our customers’ business directions and levels of risk mitigation. Our services include provision of business planning, business analysis, risk analysis, platform selection, design, and implementation planning, and cost analysis.

We excel in the development of Identity and Security strategies.

UNIFY’s deep understanding of technology directions, combined with extensive industry sector experience enables us to present solution options that are appropriate for each customer. We help our customers continuously improve their security capability using our UNIFYSaFe™ Strategy based approach.

Doug Stevenson
Practice Manager, Strategy
UNIFY Solutions

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