While business operating environments across industry have had to constantly reinvent themselves, the pace of that change has had to pick up dramatically to meet the needs of today’s business world. Possibly the most significant challenge facing every CIO is to ensure that IT is responding proactively to business change, while also driving technical innovation. This requires the appropriate Enterprise Architecture (EA) to be in place.
Enterprise Architecture delivers a blueprint for the organisation’s evolving business operating model, helping the CIO to ensure that the IT investment delivers benefit to the business. As a result, the company will be better positioned and better equipped to respond to business and environmental change.
Reply believes that EA development and management programmes need to be designed right from the outset as being incremental, iterative and aligned to accommodate the needs of companies that are in a state of continual evolution. The EA lifecycle must be supported by more than just a framework; it requires rigorous methods, process, reference points and experience. This will ensure consistent, coherent, repeatable outcomes with well defined transitions between the current position and the desired architectural ‘state’.
Reply provides a number of services to implement an EA, plus the processes, methods, tools and organisational skills required to extend and maintain it, so helping clients to achieve the following benefits:
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