Automotive & Mobility

Optimizing the Processes Regarding the IT Landscape for a Sports-Car OEM


Increase in efficiency and effectiveness of the processes regarding the planning, development and management of the information systems (IS) within the group


Definition of a clear and lean organizational structure (incl. committees)

Optimization of the management and the quality-assurance in IS projects


Identification of the rationalization potential of 10% (defined top-down by the board members) based on the internally bound capacity

Problem-Solving Approach

Allocating the processes to the elements of the generic IT value chain ‘plan—build—run’ and categorizing the support functions (e.g. IS controlling, IS procurement)


Preparing the project and compiling the project definition


Analyzing the as-is situation:

Shaping the to-be organization:

Preparing the implementation and developing an action plan incl. dates, responsibilities, budgets, etc.


Supporting the implementation:


42 top weaknesses identified; 6 action fields prioritized; 5 design concepts across processes defined


Processes, functions and roles brought in line with the Standard IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL)


To-be processes and organizational structure adjusted


Targeted rationalization potential identified and realized through 8 work packages over a longer time period