Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture

“No one would knock down walls in a building indiscriminately without understanding the building architecture. You could make apparently small changes and the whole building potentially could collapse. Similarly, you could make apparently small changes to an enterprise and if you didn't understand the Enterprise Architecture, the apparently small changes could potentially render the whole enterprise dysfunctional”.

Architecture enables you to accommodate complexity and change. If you don't have Enterprise Architecture, your enterprise is not going to be viable in an increasingly complex and changing external environment.

Enterprise Architecture is critical to business survival and success, and is an indispensable means to achieve competitive advantage through IT. In order to overcome today’s imperatives of growth and profitability; firms must focus on responsiveness, innovation, differentiation and efficiency of their enterprise.

Our archeologists at Sveltoz help you integrate your IT environment with the business strategies by translating the business strategies into technical strategies with the most appropriate Enterprise Architecture framework.

From strategy to delivery, our Enterprise Architecture service provides:

  • Common basis for understanding and communicating the structure of systems to meet strategic objectives.
  • The context for all the individual technical decisions to be aligned with the vision and strategic direction.
  • Balanced approach to the selection, design, development and deployment of all the solutions to support the enterprise.
  • Focus and concentration of energy, powering the technology capabilities into execution of the business strategies.
  • Advice and expertise to help Stakeholders prioritize and justify conflicting technology trade-off decisions based on the big picture.
  • Innovations to keep up with the technological advancements.
  • Disciplined approaches to system planning, funding and development; better risk management with fewer false starts, leading to consolidation and simplification even with the most complex architectures.
  • Strategies to minimize general operating costs, change enterprise with minimum time disrupt to cost, and dynamically adapt to demands placed on an enterprise by the external environment to make it lean, mean.
  • Framework to make sure that all the props are covered and steady expansion of the analysis to include more and more issues and concerns.