Mason Advisory provides expertise across the public and private sectors, bringing best practice from leading organisations to our work in a range of industries.
Regardless of the sector they belong to, organisations share many of the same business challenges: cost control, the need for excellent customer service, competitive pressures, security, shifts in the political landscape.
We understand these challenges and adopt best practice gained from our cumulative experience. However, we also know that clients value sector-specific support: the ability to understand their regulatory landscape, their cost base, their competitors, their market disruptors, and their customers or citizens. And sometimes it’s just nice to know, that we’ve done it all before, with someone just like you.
IT is central to meeting the ever rising expectations of staff, students, and researchers - improving experience, engagement, and attracting top talent, whilst enabling operational efficiencies.
For the emergency services, communications aren’t just important, they can be a matter of life and death.
Energy & Water
IT and communications are at the heart of monitoring, distributing and managing oil, gas and water reserves.
The FMCG (Fast-moving consumer goods) industry is a diverse and competitive market, and because of this, companies are looking to improve efficiencies, reduce costs and understand customer behaviours. To do this, organisations need to develop IT strategies to address the challenges they face.
In this highly regulated sector, IT plays a critical role, from engaging consumers to supporting secure back-office operations.
Commercial interests are just as important to government clients as they are to corporates; even with mission-critical communications, resilience can’t come at any cost.
The Healthcare industry relies on IT to improve the overall quality of healthcare delivery: better access to information; increased patient safety; the minimising of medical errors; and strengthens interactions between patients and healthcare providers.
Despite the value of the global market, the sector is being squeezed, and is looking to IT to enable leaner business practices.
At both ends of the consumer value chain, IT is vital to delivering innovative services, from robotics to online shopping.