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Architecture knowledge is power!

When introducing new IT solutions in a company, a multitude of factors have to be taken into account. A clean interaction of application, IT infrastructure and company processes must be ensured. GOD's TOGAF® specialists ensure a smooth implementation.

Just set up a collaboration tool, digitise 100,000 files or transfer IT systems to a cloud. Just once - is unfortunately not. Because IT is becoming more and more mobile, digitalisation is advancing and becoming a constant companion. Thus, the requirements for new IT systems are also constantly increasing. Whether small and medium-sized enterprises or large corporations, success in the implementation of IT system solutions depends on many factors and, above all, on the processes in your company. Therefore, when implementing new architectures, it is important to include the business, data, application and technology architecture of your organisation.

Challenge of standardisation mastered at the world's largest automotive manufacturer

Our TOGAF® (The Open Group Architecture Framework*) certified employees can analyse precisely this complex interaction and fundamentally build or improve your organisation, processes and enterprise architecture to your advantage.

"With our TOGAF® expertise, our certified employees helped an automotive manufacturer to establish an Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) and thus helped to sustainably change the organisation and processes in the company. "With such a complex enterprise architecture in a large corporation, it was of immense importance to create standardised processes and solution modules. Standardisation creates order in heterogeneous structures, which also benefits the employees,"

explains Ralf Holland, Managing Director & Head of Architecture Management.

TOGAF® is not a blueprint - it requires expert knowledge

The challenge is to look at everything holistically - embedded in the different circumstances of a company. Moreover, it always varies how detailed or superficial the organisation, the processes and the process model have to be changed. Because TOGAF® is not a blueprint that can be applied to every company in the same way.

* The Open Group is a technology and manufacturer-neutral consortium. Currently it has more than 750 member organisations and it is responsible for general standardisation in the IT industry.


How do you benefit?

  • Long-term structuring and establishment of standards in the enterprise architecture.
  • Standardisation of processes for the establishment of new IT systems.
  • A maintainable IT system landscape.
  • Sustainable cost optimisation through the standardisation of technology and processes.

Put the power in your hands and turn your IT architecture upside down with GOD!