Enterprise Architecture


Enterprise Architecture

UMCG Enterprise Architecture Services can help you plan and deliver a foundational technology architecture to maximize scalability and performance.

Creating a framework for success.

Our vendor-neutral viewpoint, global network of technology expertise, ecosystem relationships, and ability to innovate uniquely position us to add value for our clients.

What is Enterprise Architecture?

Enterprise Architecture (EA) is a discipline that translates business vision and strategy into an effective enterprise. It is a broader scope of Business Architecture and supports business transformation success with a design strategy.

Driving innovation and quick adoption to any changes caused by the market, Enterprise Architecture will provide a better understanding of the organization and its operations along with its business capabilities. It focuses on operation level concerns while Business Architecture emphasizes on the strategic level of business. Enterprise Architecture oversees investments, governance and assurance while facilitating organizational change.

Architecture strategy and assessment

Defining the vision, principles, standards and roadmap to guide prioritization, operations and management of technologies and systems.

Software Engineering

We incubate new capabilities in business application and system development, and leverage automation to migrate legacy systems into Java or .Net.

Devops and Agile transformation

Accelerate your development workflow with cloneable interface elements and components.

UMCG EA Methodology

Enterprise Architecture provides a hyper-extension view of the business ecosystem, processes, federated model of the entire organization and the combination of all. It covers key links between transactions in the supply chain, market, and the socioeconomic sectors.  Enterprise Architecture enhances enterprise strategies, capabilities, and initiatives. It is a guiding principle that helps shape investment and business behavior.

Strategy drives changes to Architecture which then translates Strategy into Execution. It is a continuous cycle resulting in continuous improvement. Business Architecture assures consistent application design across all delivery projections, thus enabling quick smooth decision making when necessary. It binds together different sectors, viewpoints, underlying principles, and systems, resulting in a repository of information that will improve decision making regarding business and technological changes.  This practice aims to help organizations understand the structure and the way they work.