Innovation Consulting


At Applied Viability Group, we first analyze the strategic needs of our Clients' businesses to determine the technological capabilities necessary to support their long-term goals. Therefore, our innovation / technology consulting is based on our deep business knowledge, which allows us to implement IT projects in an efficient and useful way for the company.

With a very practical vision, we have experience in understanding the problems of an organization (Process Map) and helping to define an ICT strategy according to its needs and focused on results. In the digital age, we direct our experience in strategic consulting and our sector knowledge towards the creation of change processes and towards the identification of critical levers of business transformation.
First of all, you have to see what data they have and what problems they want to solve, and how they think that data analysis could help them. In general, we help transform data into value through our Big Data and Data Mining consultancy offering the best solution to save costs, optimize processes, identify hidden opportunities, etc. No matter the nature, origin or type of data, both structured and unstructured or hybrids, we analyze them.
The key to being on the internet is not in web development, but in the ability we have to articulate a powerful enough strategy to feed our site with quality traffic linked to our value proposition. Creating SEO strategies is actually a process that requires a lot of "common sense."
As part of our comprehensive service we also develop software, a process of dividing development work into different phases to improve design, product management, and project management. It is also known as the software development life cycle. The process can include the pre-definition of specific deliveries following dynamics defined by agile methodologies. Our multidisciplinary team manages several developments under these premises and following when appropriate service level agreements signed with our clients.
Process-based audits pose a challenge for organizations as they must know how to harness them properly in order to maximize profit. If the organization does not know its processes, the audit may not provide the clarity necessary to incorporate the recommendations. An organization must "map" its processes to achieve a better identification of risks and controls in anticipation of audit recommendations. The systems audit involves the review and evaluation of computer controls and systems, as well as their use, efficiency and security in the company, which processes the information. Ensuring that the IT process and technologies are used in a more efficient and secure way, guaranteeing the availability of services has a direct impact on the value proposition.
Quality assurance (quality assurance, QA is often used) is the set of planned and systematic activities applied in a set of processes so that their result avoids risks, errors or inefficiencies, complying with controls and planned tasks . Our experience in areas such as continuous improvement also reinforces this idea mentioned above. The possibility of fraud cannot be ignored and must be viewed as a series of risks that must be properly managed. Our experience implementing controls, both for prevention and detection, supports us.
For companies that need SOX compliance, within corporate Internal Control, SOX controls refer to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Compliance with this law is based on having the correct security controls in place to ensure that financial data is accurate and protected from losing them. That is, an organization that maps its processes identifies its risks and its controls, it must identify among the identified controls which of those controls are SOX according to the definition.