We work with clients to develop IT architecture that improves their business performance in terms of revenue, time-to-market, and flexibility, and also reduces IT spend.
As the complexity of IT in large enterprises increases, the cost of maintenance can become overwhelming, and the response time of the IT function can slow to unacceptable levels.
Integrating the inevitable patchwork of systems can prove to be an enormous challenge and typically fails to deliver the material results or the added value that CEOs demand.
What we do
We help clients address the enterprise-architecture implications of important trigger events, whether responding to a new digital strategy, managing a merger or acquisition, or replacing a core system. As organizations strive to improve responsiveness, we can help them implement a two-speed architecture that reduces time to market for customer-facing functionalities by 40 to 60 percent.
Our approach to redesigning enterprise architecture is sensitive to the needs of all users and to the overall efficiency of the network. We help align the perspective of management and the board with that of the IT function by bringing our wealth of business experience and understanding to bear on the overall design of the IT architecture. In this way, we complement the work of the IT architect by balancing the technical aspects of IT system design with the needs of the business.
Our goal is to help organizations achieve their target design by creating clear road maps, devised in conjunction with the client, that make the business benefits of change both transparent and achievable.