Our framework driven approach for outcome driven digital convergence
Origo's Enterprise Architecture Practice
One thing about the new economy is clear. Market leading enterprises understand the importance of transforming operations and technology in order to become more adaptable when responding to ever changing market conditions. How are you dealing with the “pain” of transforming your enterprise and silos of information to become more agile and adaptive in the new economy?
Aligning vision and strategy with technology using industry standard frameworks is a critical component of success for the new breed of businesses. Enterprise architecture builds upon these frameworks and tools to evolve IT in response to changing business needs and for alignment with strategic objectives.
At the same time, infrequent analysis across business operations, technology and strategy often derails the business from its mission. This is evidenced by a lack of an enterprise architecture competency in the organization.
Does the introduction of change create risk and points of failure in your business?
If your answer is yes, it’s probably because processes and structures that produce agility don’t exist or lack capability and maturity. We can help you fix this.
Enterprise architecture fixes the risks for change because it ensures that the spokes and wheels (frameworks) are in place to transform operations and functional areas of the business reliably and in a way that is responsive to market demands while providing objective guidance to you, your decision makers and business leaders.
"Organizations that do not focus EA on their business strategy and on collaborating with business leaders will be greatly limited in their ability to deliver substantial business value. To achieve business outcomes and to drive business change, EA value must be collaboratively developed and supported within the context of the business direction, strategy and future vision." - Gartner
It is clear that in today’s market, a responsive enterprise architecture practice is critical for business and customer success.
Here are a few questions for you to consider.
1. How far will your business strategy get you before it becomes obsolete?
2. How often do you revisit your enterprise vision and mission?
3. How severely do changes impact the organization?
4. Are you where you want to be today based on forecasts three years ago?
5. Do you have a successful enterprise architecture practice?
If the answer to ANY of these questions brings discomfort or anything less confidently positive, we would like to show you how many of our clients continue to benefit from having our architecture team and technology platform help them transition towards becoming more agile without having to ramp up internal expertise.