UMT Case Studies
Recent Case Studies
Fortune 50 Consumer Goods Company Transforms Capital Planning and Management to Control $1B Global Capital
Capital Project Portfolio management is becoming more difficult due to organizational changes such as mergers and acquisitions, consolidations and divestitures as well as the current challenging financing environment and globalized competition.
One of UMT’s clients, the global engineering group of the supply chain division of a Fortune 50 consumer goods manufacturer making some of the best-known snack brands in the world, was facing such challenges. UMT worked with the client to design and implement a new global solution.
Standardizing PPM Processes to Increase Data Confidence and Improve Decision Making
UMT’s client is a major public sector agency focusing on the administration of federal funds in the form of grants and loans to its constituents.
UMT worked with the client to centralize business case collection, capture budget formulation data, standardize the prioritization process, enable cultural change in the organization and support portfolio level what-if analysis based on presidential and congressional mandates.
Global PMO Drives Success Beyond IT at Fortune 50 Consumer Goods Company
The client is a Fortune 50 consumer goods manufacturer making some of the best-known snack brands in the world. As the global leader in the highly saturated and competitive food manufacturing industry, the client constantly navigates an ever changing business environment to drive top performance. In order to remain in a leading position in the sector, the client has consistently reinvented its business over the years and operates by introducing significant strategic and organizational changes on an ongoing basis.
State Government Establishes Portfolio Practice in Application Management
The governor of the state, the UMT client, had recently chartered a central IT agency with rationalizing close to $650 million in spending by the IT departments of 70+ agencies comprised of over 2000 IT workers. Of particular interest to the governor was finding an approach to foster transparency and increase control over agency IT budgets.
The state CIO decided she needed an approach that would respect each agency’s application management goals and process, and provide them with a clear understanding of their effort’s value not only to state management but also to their individual agency.
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