Alysium Consulting is an independent ICT and Business consultancy practice. It was founded in 2015 and now supports Social Housing organisations and Local Government teams across the UK.
The core team of highly respected consultants at Alysium is supported by a network of senior Associates, each of whom has worked successfully with the team for many years.
Alysium offers a multi-disciplinary practice to ensure that every client has access to expert knowledge and skills in specific areas rather than the views of a generalist. To deliver this Alysium Consulting has forged strong key strategic relationships with other like-minded consultancy practices. This enables it, through a single point of contact, to provide a full portfolio of services including governance, strategy, finance, transformation and HR.
Today Alysium is one of the leading advisers to the public sector and has worked with over 1,000 organisations to date
We help our clients with Customer Access and ICT strategy development, customer insight, ICT service reviews, business process reviews, ICT system reviews and procurements and project management. We also provide advice, guidance and assistance - including resolving the associated IT issues - when housing providers are merging to create group and partnership structures.
We are increasingly advising organisations on how to plan for the huge change that is taking place around customer and online digital access. We have presented at EMT away days and Board meetings as the pre-curser to helping develop digital media/customer access and separate, but aligned, ICT strategies. Our team has also helped to develop business cases, specify, procure and advise on the implementation of ICT services, infrastructure and more than 500 information systems throughout the UK including:
- ICT network infrastructure
unified communications including contact centre technology; WAN/LAN; desktop and server environment; mobile computing and associated services
- telephony and contact centre systems;
- Unified communications;
- ICT managed service provision;
- integrated housing management;
- works order management;
- asset management;
- customer relationship management;
- business information and performance management systems;
- human resources;
- appointment and scheduling; and
- electronic document management.