In deciding whether a particular application will benefit their company, planners must consider the impact of the new technology on each aspect of the business: for example, the IT department and its assets, corporate administration, other in-place systems, employees/users, etc. Each of these components is critical to the mission of the organization. This Enterprise Architecture, or ‘systems thinking’ approach, is about more than just the technology and must also take into consideration how all facets of the business' operations interact and support each other.
KBSI has extensive experience in developing comprehensive business process reengineering, systems engineering, and enterprise architecture methods and technologies, and applies a system thinking approach when gathering the needs and requirements for new software systems or new systems-of-systems implementations. We've applied this experience in developing a number of easy to use, rapidly adaptable software tools for planning, analyzing and documenting our clients' enterprise redesigns. The tools enable organizations to model and archive best practices and the data supporting those practices, allowing planners to more quickly and easily respond to market changes and business redesigns.
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