Integrated systems

when organizations grow in size, they need solutions in order to preserve the integrity of their organizational functions. In particular, organizations that operate in groups and have subsidiaries, in order to coordinate tasks such as investment, plan and budget, strategy and performance evaluation, in different stages of planning, implementation and control, need systems to be able to integrate and manage the tasks as fast as possible.

Communication system

In fact, the infrastructure used in all of the integrated systems is the establishment of a comprehensive IT communication system. this system is a single window for information input in the group and all functions can use the defined outputs. Moreover, the performance indicators of organizations can be defined and evaluated in this system.

Strategic management system

The establishment of a strategic management system includes four main stages: formulation, implementation, evaluation and updating of strategies. strategic management is no longer considered as a linear function and in recent approaches, the focuse is on establishing a flexible system for solving strategic complexities. In FAMEC’s point of view, achieving strategy and implementing it is not deductive (i.e. strategy development in the parent company and cassacade to subsidiaries in a top-down approach). Nor is it inductive (i.e. strategy development in the subsidiary companies without the involvement of the parent company). But strategy formulation is an intractive process using an abductive approach.

Business intelligence system

BI is a technology-driven process for analyzing data and presenting actionable information which helps executives, managers and other corporate end users make informed business decisions. FAMEC is prepared to design business intelligence systems for a variety of businesses, employing financial and information technology experts.