A first engagement with 5Di is usually with the CIO or Chief Architect to examine IT Strategy and/or Business/Enterprise Architecture. Typical outcomes in just a few weeks:
Concise articulation of the rationale under-pinning integrated Business-Technology strategies
Improved alignment between business & IT transformation plans
Buy-in to Business-wide Enterprise Architecture and adoption scheme established
New ideas adopted & patterns for business-change and innovation applied to business and IT domains
Business and IT Strategy communications material and plans in action
Root-cause problem identification and hypothesis-led solutions converted to 30-day action plans
Enterprise Architecture team capability assessed and skills development plan established
Succinct integration and transition-state plans understood business-wide.
We also help CIOs review and reshape their IT departments. For example, we help Enterprise Architecture teams get back-on-track, and we help CIOs craft their IT Vision & Strategy. We also help clarify and communicate IT Operating Models and join-up the people, process & information aspects of Business Operating Models.
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Enterprise Integration Design
5Di is known for its expertise in Integration Architectures and Event Processing strategies. We have extensive experience of the challenges of internal and external Business and IT integration with Fortune 100 organizations. We help organizations select the architectural styles and patterns (e.g. SOA, WOA, BPM, MDM and DDA) that fit their internal applications and external service (The Cloud) needs. We specialize in the integration of large-scale, federated, organizations and businesses that have grown through acquisition.
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Clearer meaning-of-intent, simplified & succinct documents, better IT systems and a faster, less painful, journey to the 'New Business-as-Usual' are the outcomes of well-executed Business Change Design. More about Business Change Design here.