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Architecture knowledge is power!

Simply set up a collaboration tool, digitise 100,000 files or transfer IT systems to the cloud. Unfortunately, simple it is not. Because IT is becoming increasingly mobile, digitalisation is advancing and is becoming a constant companion. This means that the requirements for new IT systems are constantly increasing. Whether small or medium-sized company or large corporation, the successful implementation of any respective IT system solution depends on many factors and above all on the processes in your company. It is therefore important to include the business, data, application and technology architecture of your organisation when implementing new architectures.

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

Standardisation challenges mastered at the world's largest automotive manufacturer

With our TOGAF expertise, our automotive manufacturer certified employees contributed to the establishment of an Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) and thus helped to change the organisation and processes in the company in the long term. “With such a complex enterprise architecture, it was of tremendous importance to create standardised processes and solution modules in a large corporation. Because standardisation creates order in heterogeneous structures and this also benefits the employees, ”explains Ralf Holland, Business Unit Manager Architecture Management.

TOGAF is not a blueprint - it requires expert knowledge

TOGAF is not a blueprint that can be applied equally to every company. It is vital to look at each situation holistically. In each organisation the processes and procedural model may have to be changed.

* 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.

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