Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise architecture is the practice of creating a technology structure that brings an organization’s processes, information systems, personnel and discrete operating units into tight alignment to support its core goals and strategies. While it involves a heavy technological component, it’s multidisciplinary, linking together business managers, technology managers and technology implementers. A technology-focused approach isn’t enough.

Icegate’s Enterprise Architecture consulting services enable organizations to redesign and realign their existing legacy architecture to accomplish their business strategies by identifying critical business drivers and translating them into technology blueprints. A well defined and planned Enterprise Architecture solution in conjunction with IT strategies and Governance not only brings about greater efficiencies in the day-to-day processing but also enables organizations to monitor the entire technology landscape in real-time; pinpoint any gaps that might arise in the business strategies and the technologies required to execute them; and then take the necessary remedial action to bridge these gaps. Moreover, a robust enterprise architecture provides the scalability and flexibility to adapt to changing market and business scenarios and support new business processes.