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Institution of Mechanical Engineers – Digital Strategy, Design and Delivery

Digital First led the development of the Institution’s digital strategy including designing the programme for a new MS Dynamics Digital Platform, new tech infrastructure, membership service and new commercial digital product development.

The work involved significant staff, trustee and member engagement to build a picture of the priorities that mattered for the Institution.  The resulting strategy and commercial investment case set the basis for the design of a multi-streamed digital transformation programme covering digital platform, new tech infrastructure, people and change management, digital innovation and member inclusion.

In summary Digital First supported the following:

  • Development of strategy, commercial case and new tech roadmap
  • Client side support to procure a Dynamics 365 CRM and supporting platform and procure a new tech infrastructure partner
  • Business change call-off framework to support delivery of programme workstreams
  • helping to build and develop the new internal digital team

Key achievements

  • Creating and building momentum to help modernise the Institution
  • Building internal capacity and capability within a governance and delivery structure
  • Achieving early wins and enabling the institution to take full control of programme delivery
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