Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture is a structured framework of linking business, strategy and technology, primarily information technology. An Enterprise Architecture logically describes how technology support business processes and strategy for competitive advantage and stages of capital investments for future state of an enterprise. Enterprise Architecture is divided into Segmented Architecture or Enterprise Architecture for each Line of Business (LOB). Each Enterprise Architecture must define a line-of-sight, from business strategy all the way down to technology that implements and/or supports it. 

An enterprise consists of mission, goals, business model, growth strategy, people, processes, applications, data, metadata, network infrastructure, hardware and software platforms, security infrastructure, corporate policies, government regulations—to name a few of these entities. Enterprise Architecture provides a way to describe all these entities in a coherent and logical fashion and allows owners, executives, management and Enterprise Architects. Architects capture the current or “as-is” state and work with stakeholders to define what would be the future or “to-be” state including the transition plan to get there. Governance provides the structured approach to transition from “as-is” state to a “to-be” state. It is likely that there will be several intermediate states as part of the transition plan.

We provide the following services in this practice:

  • Review business model, growth strategy and the competitive advantage of the business, how it creates value for the its clients and in turn generate revenues
  • Capture “as-is” state of the enterprise
  • Review with stakeholders and understands clients vision

Contact us if you like to get more information regarding our enterprise architecture consulting practice.