Enterprise is a collection of organizations or business units that share a common set of goals. Architecture is a formal description of a system, or a detailed plan of the system at component level, to guide its implementation. An enterprise architecture (EA) is a conceptual blueprint that defines the structure and operation of an organization. Institutionalizing the Organizational Strategy to Business processes with Application, Data & Infrastructure to define the structure and operation of an organization. The right blueprints and roadmaps create potential to substantially improve strategy execution, IT portfolio management, and individual project delivery. But the chances are that most organisations aren’t making the most of theirs. One of the main challenges for businesses is implementing the strategy in such a way that allows you to exploit all the potential of your Enterprise Architecture.
As Clay Logix we can help you bridge between strategy development and the transformation execution to get the maximum out of your resources. We first start by assessing, prioritising and communicating the focus areas through roadmaps which are based on your strategies and requirements. We help you steer, align and accelerate initiatives towards the envisioned landscape. Next we start with Blueprinting, in which we first break down the journeys and in turn construct high level choices. Afterward, blueprints-as-is and blueprints- as-be are constructed to show the changes. Finally, a capability assessment is performed on your Enterprise Architecture. Here every business capability is defined by a combination of process, organisation, technology and data, while being managed by a governance structure and supported by the Enterprise Architecture.
Identifies the types and methods of documentation to be used in each sub-architecture area, including strategic analyses, business plans, internal controls, security controls, and models of workflow, databases, systems, and networks.
Logical view of all 4 sub architecture which helps to form an Enterprise Framework.
Identifies the scope of the overall architecture and the type and relationship of the various sub-architecture levels, threads and other viewpoints.
Proven ways to implement parts of the overall architecture or sub-architectures, in context of meta EA.
Align your business strategy with your day-to-day business processes and make the right decisions by creating as-is and to-be scenarios.
The enterprise architecture benefits include help in supporting strategic changes such as the due diligence for mergers and acquisitions and management of the resulting integration program and consolidation of the existing portfolio of people, processes, application and infrastructure etc.
EA helps in reduced complexity in the business and IT, maximum return on investment in existing business and IT infrastructure ,the flexibility to make, buy, or out-source business and IT solutions, reduced risk overall in new investments and their cost of ownership.
The enterprise architecture benefits include more efficient business operation with lower costs, more shared capabilities, lower management costs, more flexible workforce, more organized working, less duplication and redundancies and improved business productivity.
Governance related to External entities & Internal entities are devised in this methodology.
Translating strategy to execution
An architectural framework to define EA
Implementation of EA architectures in multiple projects
Practical & achievable Technology Landscape supportive
Well equipped with related Project Management skills.