You’ve read that you need Digital Transformation to achieve your business purpose.

It’s true.

New technology makes things possible that you could only dream about 5 years ago.  And your customers’ demands and competitors’ capabilities are only increasing.

The good news is, this is not new to you. Every organization that has used a computer over the past 50 years has digitized and transformed some aspect of their business. You’ve already been on this journey for some time.

For one thing, the technology that’s disrupting the industry is different, pervasive and ubiquitous. It’s intelligent, it’s faster, it’s embedded everywhere in the business. Functionality is provided on demand, changed in an instant, evolves with business changes. Minimal support, automated administration – services delivering real time value to internal and external customers exactly where, when and how they need it.

Legacy IT systems are still critical for us to achieve our business purpose, but their value is locked in complex systems that were developed over decades. They are fragmented, siloed, complicated, rigid and expensive – and can’t keep up with the rate of change that your business needs. Even worse, they are too expensive to replace and the institutional knowledge that was used to develop these systems is no longer available.

nfiniti3 provides cost-effective ways of unlocking the value of these systems by simplifying how you access and use the data so that you know exactly what you need to do and when to do it to achieve your business purpose.

  1. We find the data you need, no matter where it is, and make it available – together with external data – to give you the insights you need to grow and sustain your business.
  2. We provide interfaces to turn those insights into intelligence.  Intelligence that embeds institutional knowledge into automation, efficient operations and effective business decision-making.
  3. We track the costs of your technology investments and match it to the actual value it creates so that you can save money and invest only in those things that make it possible for you to achieve your purpose.
  4. We integrate security and risk into every decision you make, so you can be sure about the outcome.

Our approach focuses on Operational Excellence, which drive cost savings, reduces complexity, fuels innovation, and greatly improves customer experience, thus driving up profits.


A Practical Guide to Reducing Digital Risk

March 13th, 2019|

With cloud computing now best practice and data shared across a complex array of third parties, the perimeter is barely recognizable. How useful are controls, such as Data Loss Prevention or Cloud Access Security Brokers, when employees starting skunk work projects, or visit websites to use the latest software-as-a-service portal? Organizations are finding it increasingly difficult to know where their data is stored and shared, and do not have the tools or know-how to detect and mitigate this exposure.

Digital Risk: The C-Suite’s Critical Missing Part of Overall Risk

March 4th, 2019|

Digital risk, and particularly that which manifests from outside an organization‘s traditional boundary, is a critical missing part of a company‘s overall risk profile. Organizations need to identify their exposure and understand the threats to their critical assets to better manage digital risks. By detecting data loss, securing their online brand, and reducing their attack surface, organizations can reduce the loss of revenue, intellectual property, and reputational damage.

White Paper: Unifying Data Delivery Systems Through Data Virtualization – Oct 2018

November 19th, 2018|

Big Data or Big Data Usage? Many regard big data as the biggest change in the IT industry of the last decade. However, big data is still just data. Like ordinary data, big data consists of words, codes, numbers, dates, images, videos, and text. The big data trend did not introduce a new type of data. Big data systems process, store and analyze more of the same data. Evidently, to efficiently support these massive quantities of data, new technology was needed. Having to process and store more of the same data hardly classifies as the biggest change in the industry. View


Patrick Evans

Patrick Evans

A serial entrepreneur, Patrick has invested in the four megatrends (cloud, big data, mobile and business social), all underpinned by cybersecurity. He has a solid understanding of the digital world and the challenges companies’ face adapting and competing in an increasingly digital world, and the resilience required to protect private and personal information from theft or exploitation.

He is on the Board of two companies based in the UK, Fraxses Ltd and Analycat Ltd, each of which are in the emerging data world of enterprise data hubs and artificial intelligence, where he has focused on their go-to-market strategies, centered on turning organization-wide information into insights, thus creating organizational intelligence.

Prior to this Patrick, co-founded Foster-Melliar, which became a global leader in IT Service Management and cybersecurity, operating primarily in the US, Africa and the Middle East. Symantec acquired Foster-Melliar’s cybersecurity business in 2001, which led to his appointment to the Symantec EMEA leadership team.

With nearly three decades in cybersecurity, Patrick argues organizations need to make security transformation a cornerstone of any digital strategy.

David Cannon

David Cannon

An industry expert and trusted consultant, David has been at the forefront of helping organizations understand and adjust to major shifts in the technology industry over the past three decades.

David is known for crafting industry best practices for Strategy and IT Operations and uses them extensively to help organizations function more effectively and efficiently. He has led consulting practices in Forrester, Hewlett-Packard and BMC Software, to create effective operating models that exploit both business and technology capabilities in integrated solutions.

He believes that successful digital strategy is an enterprise initiative that integrates technology from multiple internal and external sources to achieve business success.

David is the co-author of the ITIL 2007 Service Operation, author of the ITIL 2011 Service Strategy, and has been awarded two lifetime achievement awards by the itSMF.


  1. We believe in the old-fashioned values of trust, respect, transparency, honesty and fun.
  1. We also believe that the key to success in any business is bridging the gap between the “traditional and wise” and the “fresh and innovative”. As such we encourage debate and discussion, internally and with our clients, to find the best possible solution, while respecting everyone’s input and opinion.
  1. We respect that our clients became successful because of things they did in the past, and will not change or replace anything that is working. But we unashamedly seek better ways of doing things, and will not implement a solution or process just because it existed in the past.
  1. We are OK with walking away if we don’t believe we can contribute to our clients achieving their current or future purpose.


Magic Orange Cost Transparency is powerful cloud based solution that enables control of company’s shared services costs and their allocation.

The software provides insights into a company’s spending, which will assist with decisions that enable to drive down costs and improve efficiency.


Born out of 20 years of frustration in the Business Intelligence market, where the ever-increasing data volumes, variety in data sources, complexity and advances in technology have required a different approach to data and transactional systems… fraXses is an innovative and disruptive software company specialising in Data Management, Analytical Software Development, Machine Learning and Smart Data advice.


Analycat’s Sue is a technology that allows experts to transfer their knowledge to computers. Sue gives an organization the ability to replicate the decisioning performance of the top experts throughout the organization. It then allows the company to manage outcomes and adjust the model to its changing needs. Virtual experts have near limitless capacity and can be integrated and deployed anywhere and in any operational environment.


Named “Leader” in 2018 Forrester New Wave for Digital Risk Protection – Digital Shadows monitors and manages an organization’s digital risk, providing relevant threat intelligence across the widest range of data sources within the open, deep, and dark web to protect their brand, and reputation.