Bring your IT and your business together with Enterprise Architecture
If you are facing the following challenges, it is time to think about introducing Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM):
- IT does not sufficiently support the implementation of the corporate strategy.
- The use of technologies is insufficiently oriented to the requirements of the company.
- IT competences are neither used in a planned way nor developed in a targeted way.
- There is a lack of a "common language" for coordination between business and IT.
Benefit from an Enterprise Architecture
Together we build the suitable Enterprise Architecture
We are known for our methodological knowledge, our extensive experience in the transformation of IT organisations and our expertise in current technological developments. We speak and understand both "business" and "IT".
What is Enterprise Architecture?
Enterprise architecture builds a functional bridge between the strategic and operational requirements of the company and IT and thus forms the basis for the digitalisation of business processes and administrative procedures. Enterprise architecture also aims to harmonise and consolidate the IT infrastructure and supports the introduction of company-wide standards for the IT resources used.
The benefit of enterprise architecture is, on the one hand, a fast implementation of the corporate strategy without major frictional losses. On the other hand, it helps to reduce the error rate in IT and to increase IT efficiency.
Enterprise architecture management has strategic and operational aspects:
- The strategic tasks include identifying areas of activity for investments in IT in accordance with the business strategy and portfolio management and defining architecture standards.
- At the operational level, enterprise architecture management supports the networking of IT management processes and provides the conceptual basis for the continuous analysis of technologies used, the derivation of necessary optimisation measures and their controlling.
According to this procedure model, we support you during the introduction: