KFA Connect’s researched report continues to consider how IT can deliver real value.
So, what do companies need to address for IT to deliver real value?
As part of our commissioned report, we have had the opportunity to interview a number of business directors – to find out more about the issues they are currently facing.
Our recent interview with RJM International Managing Director, John Goldring has helped us to explore his thoughts on aligning IT with business strategies and operations.
RJM International is a specialist provider of emissions reduction technology for coal, oil, gas and biomass-fired plants. They offer a range of innovative and technologically-sophisticated products and services aimed at the power and industrial plant sectors. They work with some of the world’s leading utility companies helping them operate as efficiently as possible.
RJM International’s work is all IT-based…
“We just couldn’t do what we do without IT. Communicating with customers, the technical drawings that we produce using CAD software or the combustion modelling work we do, using our bespoke design tool.”
John goes on to say…
“One of our key USPs is that we use IT, not just to design the physical plant but also for detailed analysis and accurate measurement of all aspects of a plant’s current performance”.
They have used this detailed analysis to make huge savings for their customers…
“For example, one big electric turbine had been shut down for three months after major physical changes and we were able to bring it back up to full operation in one day – that’s pretty amazing, to be honest.”