Putting business and technology leaders on the same page

The key to driving successful outcomes for organisations where ICT plays an important role is the integration of business processes, information management, applications and underlying technology. Enterprise Architecture facilitates enhanced business process integration and standardisation, and articulates a Strategy-to-Operations roadmap in a way that makes sense to stakeholders at all levels from executive management through to operational personnel.

Enterprise architecture is a strategic management discipline that creates a single business driven, future oriented perspective designed to deliver on the vision and strategy of the enterprise. It brings order to chaos and acts as a key mechanism for bridging the worlds of business and IT by putting business and IT leaders on the same page. When used in conjunction with effective project governance, enterprise architecture provides the current and future context against which to make informed decisions about the value and impact of proposed changes.

Business Aspect is experienced in the use of contemporary frameworks and methods for applying enterprise architecture including TOGAF, AGAF, and Zachman as well as government specific frameworks. Business Aspect personnel have the experience and know how to leverage these frameworks and methodologies in a way that is pragmatic and most appropriate to a client’s needs. Business Aspect assists clients in realising value through architecture across a range of areas including:

  • Business Architecture
  • Information and Data Architecture
  • Application Architecture
  • Technology Architecture
  • Integration Architecture
  • Security Architecture
  • Solution Architecture
  • Spatial Integration Architecture

Mature Enterprise Architecture is critical for building a foundation for enterprise execution, and facilitates the following benefits and outcomes:

  • Enhanced Strategic Outcomes
  • Increased Enterprise Agility
  • Increased Operational Excellence and Efficiency
  • Increased Return on Investment
  • Reduced Investment Risk