Hilkon Management & Consultancy

EXPERIENCE YOU CAN RELY ON, SERVICE YOU CAN COUNT ON.

Hilkon helps companies get the best out of themselves. We bring vision and strategy to life, innovate ways of working, develop leadership at every level, improve collaboration, grow together and create value for organizations, their customers and their environment.

Hilkon’s goal is, to help our clients, to promote their organization to market leadership. This by providing highly professional advice in the Management & Consultancy areas.

OUR MANAGEMENT & CONSULTANCY SERVICES

BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT

Your costs are rising and you are looking for ways to increase efficiency? You realise that your business processes are ineffective. We can help you with the necessary process adjustment.

CHANGE MANAGEMENT

Change management in IT often involves managing changes in software and hardware. Complex matters about which much has already been written, but that's not all it's about.

Incident Management

Downtime exists in every IT organization. Although the technology reduces the business impact, downtime continues to test the responsiveness and understanding of an IT organization's business processes.

INTERIM MANAGEMENT

From time to time, every organization needs temporary experienced management. Changes and improvement processes, takeovers, mergers, or drastic changes in the organization create a temporary capacity problem in many organizations.

Project Management

Hilkon is driven by the challenge of achieving tangible improvements in the end results of our customers.

PROBLEM MANAGEMENT

Problem management is the process of managing the lifecycle of all problems that occur or may occur in an IT service. Problem management is a critical aspect of IT Service Management (ITSM).

"THERE ARE MANY ROADS THAT LEAD TO ROME."

IT METHODOLOGIES

Despite a long history of software development, the tools and techniques we have all used have only been partially successful. Projects still experience significant problems: poor software quality, large backlogs, missed deadlines and budget overruns, inadequate project management, inaccurate estimation methods and an unacceptable level of cancelled projects.

Many IT managers have almost surrendered, but IT organizations should instead start evaluating mature methodologies and related tools; good planning makes projects of any kind more productive. Development organizations should embrace and implement integrated methodologies that are now widely available but little used or even understood.

OUR IT METHODS

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