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We specialize in Enterprise Business Architecture to assist your business in achieving your goals by  views and plans of your business to easily communicate the roadmap from today’s position to where the business wants to be in the future. We recognize the need to keep pace with a rapidly evolving business climate and to keep a competitive advantage over competitors.

Business Architecture articulates the functional structure of a enterprise in terms of its business services and business information. One of the major outcomes of Business Architecture is a set of business capability models. The business capability is able to perform certain business functionality and deliver business results or values under certain circumstances. The business capability is provided by business services that state “what” the organization does while the business processes implement business functionality and define “how” the organization can execute its capabilities. A business capability is considered as “defined” when its business functionality is identified and implementation resources are reserved.

The Business Architect analyzes the activities of a particular business unit or line of business and makes recommendations pertaining to the projects that the business unit should perform, in addition to relevant and timely corrections to the governance structure, business processes    and the structure of business information. This person illustrates the alignment (or lack thereof) between strategic goals and key business decisions regarding products and services; partners and suppliers; organization; capabilities; and key business and IT initiatives. The primary focus of this person’s work includes the analysis of business motivations and business operations, through the use of business analysis frameworks and related networks that link these aspects of the enterprise together. The Business Architect works to develop an integrated view of the business unit, in the context of the enterprise, using a repeatable approach, cohesive framework, and available industry standard techniques.

 

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