Analysis and Architecture

Sound foundations for your business to thrive

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In this busy world, it's tempting to run with the pack, to follow what everyone else does, and to accept that a vendor's packaged solution will somehow fit your specific needs. To survive and succeed, however, requires a more strategic approach to business change.

Any innovation requires a robust architecture and well-documented and clearly understood requirements. This ensures that what gets built is what the business needs and expects, and that deliverables stay aligned with long-term strategic frameworks. It also enables intelligent prioritisation and scheduling of work into development teams.

You'll achieve your goals and reliably realise value outcomes by leveraging our pragmatic and proven practice in business analysis and enterprise architecture. 

Capabilities

Our experienced team can help you with:

  • Business-led systems integration and solutions architecture
  • Strategic capability mapping and business architecture
  • Customer experience journey mapping
  • Business process analysis, design and improvement
  • Service design and transformation
  • Enterprise analysis and portfolio governance
  • Feasibility studies and business case development

Strategies for growth

We bring a creative multi-disciplined approach to identifying promising opportunities and designing pragmatic, well-defined practices, services and strategies for growth.

We ensure your success by placing positive customer experiences and resilient solutions ahead of inward-looking efficiency. This enables you to be open to discovery, explore what's needed, and bite off big changes in small bites.

A right-sized methodology and robust approach to requirements elicitation, management, traceability, analysis, and communication allows you to confirm and commit as you go, so there are no surprises and nothing falls through the gaps.

Our senior practitioners can also assist with:

  • Assessments and guidance for analysis and architecture frameworks 
  • Practice maturity and capability development
  • Roles and responsibility definitions and career planning
  • Individual learning and development, coaching, and mentoring