ARTEMIS Transition Partners (commonly shortened ATP) is the unifying brand of three complementing brands.
Our mission is to develop understanding and translate it into knowledge-based performance.
We envision ourselves making valuable contribution in a world in which knowledge and its intelligent application drives growth and sustainability.
We are a team of professionals guided by a set of traditional values that we profoundly respect.
Our firm is built on FIVE core values that shape the way we feel, think, act and relate with our clients, and within ourselves.
These values are the foundation of our client relationships, and the basis of our internal commitment to team and personal success.
Governance and sustainability are closely related. This is why, even as private company, we strive to maintain an open governance system accessible to all interested parties.
By maintaining an open governance system, it is our intention that personal and group efforts be directed to the pursuit of our mission without undue anxiety to any party as to who is responsible for what, and what decisions are made how.
Please feel welcome to contact the Practice Manager on email@example.com to discuss specific interests you may have in the firm.
Over the next ten years we see considerable gains to be made from investment in advisory services in all our areas of work, through which clients will be looking to optimize returns from increasingly scarce resources.
We also expect the reducing size and increasing complexity of organizations to present various challenges relating to optimisation of human resource capacity, and in particular, performance management and the optimization of latent employee capabilities.
Our strategic outlook also points to increased use of, and dependence on, data in shaping organisational capabilities; in driving strategic differentiation; and in the management of shifting market realities.
This will will put organisations under pressure to adopt creative use of adaptive technology, as well as the use of appropriate technology to obtain operational efficiencies, lower enterprise risk and to secure service quality.
Post COVID-19, the global recession and the shrinking global pool of government and development funds will continue to put both profit and non-profit organisations under keen scrutiny to demonstrate accountability and efficiency in the utilisation of available funds.
Based on our analysis of various industry performance drivers, within East Africa especially, our current five-year plan aims to achieve the following, among others:
- Enhancement of our regional advisory capabilities to more effectively respond to client requirements;
- Broadening of our SME Advisory solutions to more effectively address SME clients’ changing requirements;
- Increased investment in global business data sourcing in order to strengthen the knowledge-base on which our advisory capacity depends;
- Extension of the reach and accessibility of our advisory solutions beyond traditional channels;
- Leveraging of our investment in technology to achieve operational efficiency, minimise operational risk and to guarantee service quality.
Along with these, we hope to continue strengthening our advisory capacity through increased sharing and access to proprietary consulting methodologies, case references, and other resources in our knowledge bank to build a consolidated regional advisory practice.
To achieve this, we will be making significant investment in the technologies on which our practice is based, and in the people that our strategy’s success will depend on.
It is clear to us that our sustainability cannot be built on unsustainable work practices, or an unsustainable environment.
In addition to securing our long-term sustainability, our corporate citizenship objectives aim to ensure we work ethically, maintain due compliance, affiliate with like-intending parties and protect the environment within which we, our clients, and the communities we serve exist.
We want to be a sustainable practice.
And then our corporate citizenship