Actionable Strategies Releases Cloud Strategy Methodology

New York, NY – September 16, 2010 - Actionable Strategies, a boutique consulting firm serving financial services clients globally, just released a Cloud Strategy Methodology to enable leaders to rapidly formulate a business plan for increasing operating performance by using cloud computing.  The methodology creates a strategic roadmap, builds the business case, constructs the operating model and plans for execution. 

“Actionable Strategies partnered with us to synthesize a crisp business case from a large set of global business considerations.  We used their planning framework to define a strategic roadmap that encompassed an aligned business and technology model.  They brought a knowledge of financial services and depth of technical experience that enabled us to work effectively together”, said Stephen Davy, CIO of a global financial services firm.  “Bundling templates derived from our most successful engagements enables us to deliver greater value at a favorable price point.  Clients appreciate the structured framework and the ability to achieve results more rapidly”, explained Jeffrey Wu, CEO of Actionable Strategies.

About Actionable Strategies

Actionable Strategies is a boutique consulting firm with a unique perspective of solution offerings and thought leadership. The firm specializes in key items on the executive agenda and solutions that drive performance improvement, lower total costs and manage risk. From enabling revenue growth to improving margins across an enterprise, the focus is on aligning process and technology to business impacting needs. By applying best practices and cross industry experience, the firm enables clients to formulate winning strategies and execute them effectively. Consultants at the firm have proven themselves in business strategy, globalization, alignment, turnarounds and M&A. The firms has created the operational organizations, processes and technologies to provide competitive advantage, market agility and global scale.