iTest Quality Partners: Maximizing stratic value.
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Services
iTQP Services: Strategy
iTQP Services: Process
iTQP Services: Training and Seminars
How We Add Value
iTQP How We Add Value: Cost of Quality
iTQP How We Add Value: Glue—Value-Driven Risk-Adjusted Solution Delivery
iTQP How We Add Value: Requirements Based Validation
iTQP How We Add Value: Enterprise Architecture
iTQP How We Add Value: Project Progress Reporting
iTQP How We Add Value: Quality Metrics and Sizing
iTQP How We Add Value: Important Strategic Thinking Ideas
iTQP How We Add Value: Transformational Changes
iTQP How We Add Value: Business Processes and Continuous Improvement
Webinars
iTQP Webinar: See our new Webinar: Drive High Impact Business Results By Improving Technology Quality
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Tools
iTQP Tools: Doormat
DOORMAT: A Framework for Requirements Maintenance.
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iTQP Tools: ValidationBench
The key to the power of many of iTQP’s software quality and validation offerings can be directly traced to our overall project delivery philosophy. Read more ...
iTQP Tools: AFTA
The Automated Fault Tree Analysis (AFTA) facility, originally developed to support missile failure analysis for the defense industry, assists project teams in identifying, organizing, managing, analyzing, and validating the root cause(s) of any type of system failure. Read more ...
iTQP Tools: PRAC
The Project Risk Assessment Calculator (PRAC) is a self-assessment tool designed to help project managers, IT leaders, and their business customers understand the various risks their project is facing and to offer suggestions on mitigating those risks. Read more ...
Books
iTQP Books: Technology, Strategy, and Leadership
A set of convergent forces is challenging fundamental assumptions about the role of organizations and how they deliver value to their customers.
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White Papers
iTQP White Papers: Maximizing Strategic Value
Ideas matter, but an organization aligned for execution is what delievers the value.
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iTQP White Papers: Project Management
Project management bridges the gap between strategy and tactics. It’s the difference between having a good idea, and actually being able to execute on that idea.
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iTQP White Papers: Value Driven Performance Ethic
In our experience high-performance organizations tend to share a set of recurring management and leadership characteristics. While each organization may actually choose slightly different tools or implementation approaches, successful companies nevertheless tend to operate in very similar ways. Read more ...

Our Mission
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“Helping customers maximize their strategic value.”
That is our mission.
A company’s strategic value is the total return it generates for all its constituencies—customers, employees, partners, and shareholders. The greater this return, the greater the strategic value. The greater a company’s strategic value, the more persistently successful is its business.
All our products and services are focused on fulfilling this mission.
Our experience has revealed a recurring lesson: The path towards maximizing strategic value requires the continuous coordination and active synchronization of all of the company’s operating elements.
We call this strategic alignment.
We believe that strategic alignment is the foundation upon which an organization must build in order to fully exploit its competencies, technologies, and competitive advantages for maximum impact in its chosen markets.
Strategic Alignment
Any business can be thought of as consisting of four important operating areas or domains organized along two dimensions. iTQP: Strategic Alignment
The strategic domains place the business in its market and industry context. They provide vision and direction. The execution domains define the operating model of the business. They describe how the organization intends to actually realize its strategic intent i.e. how it actually operates.
The business domains focus on where the enterprise as a whole is going and how it will deliver value to its customers. The technology domains, on the other hand, are concerned with the technology vision, direction, and application infrastructure of the company.
Strategic alignment exists when all four of these domains are mutually supportive — when all aspects of the business are executing toward a common and shared set of objectives.
In other words, as the strategies change, the underlying operating processes must keep pace.
As the operating processes themselves evolve and improve, the strategies must evolve to exploit these improvements.
Similarly, as the business changes, the related technology areas must adapt to support these changes.
Finally, as technology advances create new opportunities, the business domains must find new ways to assess, capture, and leverage them.
Our offerings have been organized to provide highly targeted services in each of these domain areas. These services are designed to not only help align our customers, but to ensure that they remain aligned, so they can fully leverage their opportunities right now, and in the future, to reduce risk and maximize their strategic value.
Strategy Offerings
Our strategy offerings comprise consulting and analytical services in both business and technology strategy:
Process Offerings
Our process offerings comprise consulting, analytical, and implementation services in both business and technology process that have been demonstrated to dramatically reduce risk and increase overall productivity for our clients:
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In addition, we offer off-the-shelf and custom on-site training, seminars, and focused workshops to facilitate collaborative knowledge transfer.
Finally, all of our approaches have been field-proven to operate effectively across a variety of management and governance models, software and hardware environments, tool-sets, project delivery methodologies, platforms, and infrastructures.