Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture

Overview

  • The technology advances of the past decade have enabled companies to compete on a global scale and connect moreeffectively than ever with customers, partners, and business prospects. The advances continue, but to capitalize on them, companies must have a flexible and agile business architecture.

  • InfoShapehas a proven track record in delivering end-to-end Enterprise Architecture services. Our dedicated team promotes the use of various Enterprise Architecture (EA) methodologies and tools, with consulting and technical competence necessary to provide best-of- breed services. We also have a large pool of easily-deployable, internally-certified Enterprise Architects across various verticals.

  • At InfoShape Consulting Enterprise Architecture practice, we believe there are five imperatives for organizations in these exciting but challenging times:

    • Deliver more value at greater speed and lower cost
    • Support anytime, anywhere computing on any device
    • Sustain effective collaboration within a distributed workforce
    • Make systems available at all times to accommodate global markets
    • Capitalize on "big data" to fuel product and service innovations

What InfoShapes Provides

  • Dedicated Enterprise Architecture Center of Excellence (CoE)
  • Experience in delivering large-sized Enterprise Architecture engagements
  • Dedicated Enterprise Architecture Services practice focused on developing thought leadership, building competencies, intellectual property (IP) and domain-specific solutions for enterprises
  • Active participation in industry forums to develop actionable strategic options and provide policy recommendations
  • Certified architects in Enterprise Architecture Frameworks, such as The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), with hands-on experience in using IBM Telelogic’s System Architect and Sparx Systems’ Enterprise Architect tools
  • Enterprise Architecture Service Offerings


  • A. Enterprise Architecture Definition, Roadmap and Methodology

  • B. Enterprise Architecture Implementation

  • C. Enterprise Architecture Review and Governance
    • Sometimes, customer organizations define the EA either in-house or with the help of an external agency. Customers also adopt industry standard EA governance frameworks.
    • Such customers look for evaluation, validation and value addition based on our experience. Our EA group has been involved in such engagements.
    • Enterprise Architecture primarily deals with a collection of architectures that are dependent on people, processes, and technology. EA Governance deals with recommending an appropriate organization structure, right processes and technology for implementing the Enterprise Architecture.
    • Our EA group has been involved in recommending additional roles, implementing roadmap with appropriate processes and suitable technology to support the implementation process.