Strategic Planning and Process Modelling

At IAS Ltd, we have vast working knowledge of implementing, developing and utilising business and intelligence models across a diverse customer base. We have used a flexible approach to tailor business and analytical products to meet the needs of the, continually changing, operating environments of our clients.


Effective analysis relies upon accurate and complete data collection which, in turn, needs organisational infrastructures and systems to be in place. Processes need to exist in order to provide platforms or analytical outcomes and to ensure that gaps are filled and decision making is correctly informed.


Consultants at IAS Ltd will be able to work with you to design models that will enable you to provide strategic direction and make tactical decisions around threat, risk and opportunity. We will enable you to write operational strategies to focus on identified key priorities, solve priority problems, target high potential customer bases and inform risk management. We will be able to highlight organisational aspects to ensure that your business intelligence is collated, evaluated and analysed in an efficient manner. We can also assess your operational capability to react to identified problems.


IAS staff will draw upon experience gained within law enforcement arenas to design bespoke business intelligence products that will drive your tasking processes. These can range from long-term strategic overviews and assessments to short term operational planning geared towards immediate threat and risk. We can also develop profiling products aimed at identified problems, customers and competitors. These products and processes will subsequently enable the setting of short and long term priorities, using your full business intelligence picture to drive your activities and resourcing decisions.

Review of activities and results are crucial to cyclical nature of business intelligence models. With that in mind, we will develop analytical products to highlight successes, areas for improvement and create feedback mechanisms. These products can subsequently be used to inform the organisational knowledge bank and drive future decision making and resourcing.