Helping ambitious organisations to achieve their growth & change plans

Change can often feel daunting, even with a clear idea of what you are trying to achieve.  Knowing how to ensure the effort you put in delivers the benefit you need and having the confidence that it will deliver the maximum impact can often be the hardest part. 

Eximious Alliance has a track record of helping clients to make sense of the issues they are facing, and the opportunities available to them and we are on a mission to make the experience of change and improvement enjoyable.

Who are Eximious?

Eximious Alliance was founded by experienced change and improvement specialists who have built an accomplished team of change management professionals working in alliance with clients to help them achieve their growth and change plans.

How we work

We offer a human experience, and our focus is on helping you to achieve what works best for your business. Our clients range from those with really ambitious transformation plans that impact the whole organisation, to others that just need a little help to think things through to identify smaller changes that will add value and help them operate more effectively and efficiently.

The way that we work in alliance with our clients is our superpower and we are proud of the feedback and validation that we get back from them.

Eximious Alliance have worked with us to unpick some pretty complex systems, helping us to clearly see and explore where the opportunities for improvement lie

Karen Lyttle, Director of Technology, The R&A

Working with Eximious Alliance has allowed us to focus our attention on what gets us the results we need for our business

Katie Batty, Senior Customer Relationship Manager, ShinyMind

Our latest work

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  • Delivering large scale transformation

    A reliable, well-designed ICT service support function is fundamental to keeping large organisations working.

    Here’s how we worked with a large public sector client to deliver the building blocks of a large-scale transformation programme, on behalf of multiple stakeholders, that would enable the set up of a new ICT service and support function.

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  • Overcoming the challenges of ‘lockdown’

    The first ‘Lockdown’ was a time of great upheaval and challenge for every organisation, with the rapid shift to home-based working resulting in operational issues for our client.

    Here’s how we helped a mutual society to identify and implement operational efficiencies in ‘back office’ processes, resulting in approx. 10-15% reduction in processing time, improved process standardisation and providing the information required to drive further improvement and develop a resource plan to meet ambitious corporate targets.

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