Vertical grouping strategy

Vertical grouping strategy processes, infrastructure and product Figure 9. eTOM, Grouping Process Vertical SIP. The Processes of Strategy and Commitment, together with the two clusters Process Life Cycle Management, are presented as three groups of processes end-to-end vertical. The processes of strategy and commitment provide the focus within the company for generating specific business strategy and ability to obtain it. Processes Management Infrastructure Lifecycle Management and Product Life Cycle support direct and providing products to customers. Its focus is the fulfillment of customer expectations, whether as product offerings and the infrastructure that supports the functions of operations and products, or as suppliers or partners involved in the company offers to customers. Strategy and Commitment: this process grouping is responsible for the generation of strategies for supporting processes Lifecycles Infrastructure and Product.It is also responsible for establishing business commitment within the enterprise to support these strategies. This involves all levels of the transaction from the market, customers and products through services and resources on which they depend to linking suppliers and partners in meeting these needs. The processes of strategy and commitment are strongly focused on the analysis and management commitment and also track the success and effectiveness of strategies and perform the required settings. These processes provide the focus within the company for the generation of specific business strategies and commitment within the business that they require. Market Strategy and Policy: These processes enable the development of a strategic vision of the existing market sites and desired the company, activities and goals, segmentation and market analysis are performed to identify target markets the company.Strategy, Policy and Planning Products and Portfolio: these processes develop strategies for the products at the portfolio level, decisions are taken about the types of product required or desired by the company. Planning Commitment, Product and Offers: these processes provide the coordination between products and services and management functions at the level of product families, business unit or company. Strategy and Policy Services: these processes define the standards of service, the key capabilities required, the required support, the elements of design and cost parameters also define policies related to technical services.Planning Commitment Services: these processes deliver and develop annual plans and multi-year support service products and offerings, including volume projections, negotiation of required levels of resources, achieving development and management of services and the commitment of the supply chain and executive approval of the plans. Strategy and Policy Resources and Technology Infrastructure understand these processes of the company, the requirements of the company’s activities on infrastructure and how a new or expanded infrastructure can be distributed, these processes develop strategies and technology policies and resources for the company, based on long-term directions of the same. Plan and Commitment of Resources and Technology: these processes develop high level plans for infrastructure of the company, they undertake service capabilities, technology and resources, but do not determine whether they will be fitted internally or externally.Policy Strategy and Supply Chain: these processes include policies for recruitment and interaction of suppliers and partners. Commitment Planning and Supply Chain: these processes develop plans that end in commitments for the supply chain of the company. Lifecycle Management Infrastructure: this process grouping is responsible for defining, planning and implementation of all necessary infrastructures (application, computing and networks) as well as all the other support infrastructure and business capabilities (operations centers , architectures, etc.).. This applies in connection with the level of resources or other functional level, for example, Voice Response Units CRM products required to provide Customer Information and Communications and to support the business.These processes identify new requirements, new capabilities, and design and develop infrastructure to support new or improved products, and naturally respond to the needs of the processes of Lifecycle Management Product for either unit cost reduction, improvement quality of products, new products, etc.. Delivery of Goods and Supply Ability: based on product strategy of the company, these processes manage the delivery and construction of new or modified products and delivery capabilities in the company, also manages its infrastructure requirements, when technologies, scope or type of it is significantly different from those currently used in the company. Marketing Capability Delivery: based on the marketing strategy of the company, these processes manage the delivery and capacity building of new or changed market.CRM Capability Delivery: based on the product and market strategy, these processes manage the delivery and construction of new CRM capabilities or changed. Delivery of Services and Operations Capability: these processes are planning and delivering the overall level of capacity required to deliver service changes, according to the needs, this involves the integration of capabilities within the company delivered, and delivered from a supplier or partner. Resource Capability Delivery Operations: these processes use a definition or capacity requirements in order to distribute new or improved technologies with their own resources. Availability of Capacity Supply Chain: These processes manage the evaluation of new suppliers or partners to identify those with the best services and resources to meet business needs.Managing Product Life Cycle: This process grouping is responsible for defining, planning, design and implementation of all products in the portfolio of the company.