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When deciding to invest in an application or system, managers must consider the impact of the new technology on all components of their business: for example, the IT department and its assets, corporate administration, other in-place systems, and employees/users, etc. Each of these components is critical to the optimal functioning of a business, and taking an enterprise architecture or ‘systems thinking’ approach in your business means considering all facets of how your business operates and how your business components can most effectively interact.


 

KBSI has developed enterprise architectures for several federal and commercial clients, and we take a systems thinking approach when gathering  the needs and requirements for new software systems or new systems-of-systems implementations for each unique business. We've leveraged this experience in developing a number of easy to use, rapidly adaptable software tools for planning, analyzing and documenting enterprise redesigns. The tools enable organizations to model and archive best business practices, including the data supporting those practices, allowing businesses to more quickly and easily respond to market changes or changes in product or system designs.