Maximizing Return on Investment The Department of the Treasury


At HORUS we understand how constraining budgets and technology projects can be. We are respectful of our clients’ budgetary challenges and go through great efforts to do more with less. We make an assessment of the clients’ existing hardware and software inventories, utilize each component to the fullest extent possible, and maintain that discretion throughout the life of the engagement.

Over the past decade, our clients have been grateful for the care we take when it comes to their budgets. We strive to streamline code, minimize redundancy, maximize efficient and effective use of existing technologies, improve processes, and improve customer satisfaction.

We streamline code to reduce the chances of errors and reduce the time it takes to fix and retest software. We minimize redundancy in our data structures to reduce the change of errors and data corruption. We maximize the use of existing technologies to standardize the technology platform and reduce ongoing maintenance costs. We improve processes to reduce labor costs and improve client efficiency and responsiveness to their users. We implement continuous improvement processes to identify, prioritize, and fix weaknesses in an organization thereby improving user satisfaction.

Some of the fiscal-foresight offered by our experts includes:

  • Leveraging existing technologies or products;

  • Building or buying brand new only if necessary

  • Creating products that can be modified to accommodate future upgrades; and

  • Empowering client staff through training to become more self-sufficient.

At HORUS, we understand what clients go through to secure funding for their projects. We feel it’s our responsibility to treat those dollars as if they are part of our own bottom line.

We deliver Client success using our IRIS process


The IRIS process ensures a comprehensive understanding of the business goals and culminates in delivering a successful solution meeting the client’s needs.

Learn more about the IRIS Process