Enterprise Architecture

Managers use Envision to create comprehensive Enterprise Architecture maps of resources, processes, and governance principles.  Envision can comply with the principles defined in  TOGAF9.0, DoDaf2.0, Zachman Framework  definitions, and other proprietary and open-source architecture frameworks.

Envision users tend to take a low risk approach to Enterprise Architecture.  They start by creating tactical models of processes, capabilities, and data life cycles.  These accurately reflect what is going on in the business.  They are constantly reviewed to support changes required in the modern dynamic world of operations.  The impacts of Big Data, Digital Disruption, the Internet of Things, are now affecting almost all organizations.  Business processes have to accommodate new levels of operational risk, political risk, and environment risk.  Multinational organizations have to work with increased regulations and scrutiny.

Envision models are as dynamic as your operating conditions.

Envision visualizations are used to encourage common methods for project and resource management, and the standardization of IT hardware and software.  The goal is to optimise the use of assets, to reduce cost, and make the organisation more responsive.

Envision gives executives the views to assimilate comprehensive oversight of their organization, and helps them lead the implementation of streamlined business processes, and optimized IT frameworks which are aligned with their operational strategies.

Envision visualizes transition plans so executives can predict the impact of their decisions on business transformation and reacts to, or even anticipates, new operational requirements and the new risks associated with change.

Envision is an enterprise architecture solution that is built on a solid foundation of tactical business models that capture the organization’s assets and IP or business capability.  The resulting architecture diagrams are supported by views of risk and governance, but, most important of all they are current and relevant.