We bring innovation into the combined power of processes, technology, data, and systems to bring about organizational coherence in a digital world.
Enterprise architecture is clearly the biggest challenge CTOs and CIOs worldwide face. In current business practice, an integrated approach to business and IT is indispensable. While most organizations’ IT evolved over time and thus, do not have a formal architecture in place, even organizations that made efforts to develop a robust architecture are hindered by changing business models, emergence of disruptive technologies, mergers and acquisitions, closure of business units and lines, and many other factors that impact the business architecture every day.
Transferring new information technology to practice requires that a company has a clear, integrated vision on the relation between its business and IT. OperationIT’s Enterprise Architect’s have extensive experience aligning business with IT using an integrated approach to all aspects of the enterprise.
This may require defining additional business processes, hiring extra personnel, changing the supporting applications, and augmenting the technological infrastructure to support the additional load of these applications. Perhaps this may even require a change of the organizational structure.
While the business architecture changes frequently and at times in a disruptive manner, technology architecture has been lagging in terms of robustness, resilience, flexibility, longevity and security to name a few critical parameters. OperationIT Enterprise Architecture Consultants have worked extensively in the field of technology architecture from creating blue-prints to assessing current architecture to recommend enhancements, meet regulatory and audit goals to executing remediation projects. Their skills cover both network architecture and application architecture spectrums.
Our clients have experienced the business value our architect consultants’ services have resulted in, in terms of business and process efficiency, security, flexibility, quantum jump in uptime and performance of technology driven assets, as well as reduction in maintenance costs.