By basing our approach on proven reference architectures and methodologies EconArch is capable of providing the customers with an architecture that is reliable and manageable at the same time as providing the flexibility required in today’s and tomorrows enterprise.
EconArch Services intends to engage in the technology portions of the framework and has developed a blueprint for rationalizing the various architectural concepts and specifications within the data centre. This frame-work provides for clarity of professional communication, allows for improving and integrating development methodologies and tools, and establishes credibility and confidence in the invest-ment of systems resources, at the same time as simplifying the overall enterprise architecture. By basing our approach on proven reference architectures and methodologies.
EconArch is capable of providing our customers with an architecture that is reliable and manageable at the same time as providing the flexibility required in today’s and tomorrows enterprise. EconArch solutions provides a complete model of the enterprise. It depicts how to combine the four needed perspectives: business, application, information, and technology, into a cohesive enterprise architecture that adapts to the customer needs over time. The resulting blueprint includes infrastructure and applications projects as well as helps with standards, guidelines, and other activities that are needed to reach the desired state for the organisation.
The EconArch approach emphasises a holistic framework of People, Process, and Technology intensely focused on achieving business goals and objectives. By concentrating on the basics, this approach endeavours to provide results that can be implemented effectively, while minimising complexity. By using this approach, an organisation can establish an enterprise architecture that directly supports the business of the enterprise with specific achievable improvements through versioned releases of the architecture. The review of the customer business drivers, the current systems architecture and the IT services delivered and the assessment of the functional and non-functional requirements such as Service Levels and Performance whilst at the same time assessing the business processes.