Built upon Office 365 and Visio, Mavim provides software that empowers business leaders to select and execute projects that will contribute to corporate strategy. In collaboration with our partners, Mavim supports a variety of frameworks that simplify alignment by providing a step-by-step guide. By leveraging one of the numerous strategy execution frameworks in Mavim, organizations are able to align future plans with in-flight projects, existing assets, and strategic goals and objectives in order to visualize the interdependencies that impede successful project execution. Mavim provides a graphical interface that dynamically illustrates complex interrelationships and depicts the relationship between strategy, innovation, and the state of execution over time.
Learn more about how Mavim can help you create a Digital Twin of your Organization.
The Foundation of a Digital Twin of an Organization
With Mavim, companies can create a dynamic, virtual representation of their organization in its operational context – what Gartner calls a Digital Twin of an Organization. Every asset that falls within the context of an organization (processes, technology, architecture, infrastructure, customer interactions, business capabilities, strategies, roles, responsibilities, products, services, distribution channels) can be connected, reported upon and visualized. Bi-directional functionality facilitates change making to both the live and virtual environments in order to keep the two worlds in sync. This helps business leaders assess the impact of change in a controlled environment.
Mavim offers pre-configured transformation frameworks that accelerate the creation of a strategic transformation plan.
Mavim integrates with traditional execution management tools which help ensure the day to day execution of projects and programs.
Leverage Mavim to do a fit-gap analysis to validate the existing project portfolio in light of strategic direction.
Why SPM with Mavim?
Strategic portfolio management (SPM) calls for the centralized management of an organization’s processes, people, and technologies in order to analyze the existing and/or future proposed projects in light of strategic value. The primary goal of strategy realization leaders is to execute upon key projects in order to deliver maximum business value as defined by a company’s strategic goals. The future of SPM will shift from IT-driven to business-driven, which will require the support of business-friendly technology. Future SPM also requires a stronger connection between strategy and execution, which will ensure that greater impact is made with the innovation budget.