Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture provides an end-to-end high-level corporate view of the enterprise, showing how various elements of an organization fit coherently together, including its geographic aspects. Enterprise Architecture captures the behaviour that goes on in the organization, in terms of the organizational processes, the data that is processed, and the information that is stored.

Enterprise Architecture is an IT-focused discipline. It links the enterprise’s business strategy to its IT investments, ensuring a tight alignment between four architectural components of the enterprise: Business, Data, Application, and Technology.

It helps answer questions related to business and IT partnership within the context of its goals and objectives. It addresses issues such as:

  1. Business goals-IT strategy misalignment
  2. Duplication of IT assets across the organization
  3. Architectural gaps
  4. Lack of enterprise standards
  5. Lack of reusable architectural building blocks

Our Enterprise Architecture team can produce the following deliverables:

  1. Establish an Enterprise Architecture (EA) Framework which is a model for describing the architecture of the business, information, and technology domains of the enterprise.
  2. Create an Enterprise Architecture Definition Document which maps the capabilities across the four domains (Business, Data, Application and Technology), decomposes the business capabilities to business services, maps the capabilities to a location, analyzes the applications to determine alignment with the reference architecture and documents the baseline architecture.
  3. Define an Enterprise Architecture Roadmap for transition based on the analysis of the current architectural gaps against the target reference architecture.

Next Pathway Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture provides an end-to-end high-level corporate view of the enterprise, showing how various elements of an organization fit coherently together, including its geographic aspects. Enterprise Architecture captures the behaviour that goes on in the organization, in terms of the organizational processes, the data that is processed, and the information that is stored.

Enterprise Architecture is an IT-focused discipline. It links the enterprise’s business strategy to its IT investments, ensuring a tight alignment between four architectural components of the enterprise: Business, Data, Application, and Technology.

It helps answer questions related to business and IT partnership within the context of its goals and objectives. It addresses issues such as:

  1. Business goals-IT strategy misalignment
  2. Duplication of IT assets across the organization
  3. Architectural gaps
  4. Lack of enterprise standards
  5. Lack of reusable architectural building blocks

Our Enterprise Architecture team can produce the following deliverables:

  1. Establish an Enterprise Architecture (EA) Framework which is a model for describing the architecture of the business, information, and technology domains of the enterprise.
  2. Create an Enterprise Architecture Definition Document which maps the capabilities across the four domains (Business, Data, Application and Technology), decomposes the business capabilities to business services, maps the capabilities to a location, analyzes the applications to determine alignment with the reference architecture and documents the baseline architecture.
  3. Define an Enterprise Architecture Roadmap for transition based on the analysis of the current architectural gaps against the target reference architecture.