A sound Enterprise Architecture sets the technology foundation for your organization for years to come.
The days of the ivory tower dictating to business units are gone; an effective Enterprise Architecture allows for decentralized business units with autonomy, unified processes, improved interoperability between systems and streamlined operations.
We can build the technology architecture to meet your business goals.
The organizational impact of Enterprise Architecture is widespread. Some of the key benefits of establishing a practice include:
Enabling Business Agility
By creating a more integrated and unified enterprise, organizations eliminate their silos and yet still function autonomously and nimbly to make changes in business goals, technologies, data and applications.
Reducing Risk and Facilitating Regulatory Compliance
Visibility into the current landscape of your business and dependencies within your organization helps to manage risks in business decisions and can facilitate the process of meeting regulatory requirements.
Creating a Shared Technical Vision
Establishing your future enterprise architecture state sets the strategic path for your organization – a shared vision aligning your technical and business teams with principles, proven patterns and best practices serving as their guardrails for enabling that strategy.
Our Experience Runs Deep
We've Done This a Time or Two...
When you work with UDig, you get the experience of the full team – we’ve worked with clients across many industries and with organizations of varying sizes, and we have strong roots in Enterprise Architecture. Over the last twenty years, we’ve:
Established first Enterprise Architecture department at Fortune 100 financial services company; partnered with executive-level business and technology stakeholders to develop and deliver strategic technology vision
Served as technology lead for client’s data center exit strategy
Identified migration strategies for over 400 applications to yield over $100M in annual savings for one client alone
Oversaw development of future state target architectures across 20 domains within one client
Established integration patterns for common capabilities such as APIs, data streaming and data warehousing
Led agile transformation of engineering and operations teams delivering large-scale solutions
Engineered and managed multiple software engineering teams through agile transformation and modernization of platforms
Enterprise Architecture requires aligning your people, process and technology within your organization. It's a cultural shift - you don't take that lightly and neither do we. We tailor our Enterprise Architecture services according to your needs and our approach to ensuring your success is unwavering:
We Look at the Big Picture - Your Business
We ensure a thorough understanding of your business goals, processes, objectives, team dynamics and culture. We offer insights, new technologies and transformative processes for both operational and technological improvements as well as industry exposure to our other clients’ businesses.
But We Get Granular, Too
We develop enterprise domain models to depict segments, channels, business domains and enterprise functions, and utilize templates that depict end users, business applications, operational datastores, analytical datastores and coarse-grained components within business applications.
We Address the Organizational Impact
Our process always includes strategic training to build the internal consensus, sponsorship and education needed to ensure successful adoption – whether at the ground or executive level.
We Take Things One Step at a Time
We’ve seen organizations take 18 to 24 months to establish successful practices, and we know the organizational churn that comes with adoption. Our approach ensures you can find high ROI opportunities, quickly identify savings and speed gains in small wins to see results while never losing sight of the ultimate end goal
Give us a shout
We're eager to hear about how we can help you establish a strategic technical vision for your organization.