WWT ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE
Aligning business strategy to IT decision-making
The growing complexities and interdependencies between business and IT are driving a renewed interest in Enterprise Architecture.
But without the right approach, companies pursuing digital transformation risk failure. Enterprise Architecture often becomes too theoretical to drive meaningful impact or is too focused on technology and disconnected from business planning.
WWT's practical approach to Enterprise Architecture avoids these pitfalls by balancing actionable projects with dynamic, long-term strategy to:
- Accelerate decision-making and delivery of business outcomes
- Organize and optimize infrastructure to align with business goals
- Modernize and grow your IT department
- Foster collaboration and alignment between business and IT leadership to generate tech-enabled innovations and operating models
What We Do
A new approach to Enterprise Architecture
WWT helps organizations think differently. Our experts take a practical approach to building an Enterprise Architecture function that drives positive business results. We can help you position Enterprise Architecture in a way to influence key strategy, planning and delivery decisions and become the connective tissue between your IT and business organizations.
Using our Enterprise Architecture Maturity Curve framework, we'll work to understand the current state of your capabilities and help you chart a path toward a fully-integrated Enterprise Architecture function.
How We Help
From strategy through delivery
As organizations look to transform the core functionality of IT to thrive in today's era of digital disruption, the role of Enterprise Architecture must not remain solely strategy based. Rather, it must become the connective tissue between a company's business and IT organizations, playing a central role in influencing strategy, planning and delivery decisions.
Enterprise Architecture assessments
Whether your organization currently has an Enterprise Architecture function or not, our experts can help you kickstart or mature your capabilities by building the foundational components of Enterprise Architecture while driving quick wins for key business and technology initiatives.
- Scale out your Enterprise Architecture team
- Data center profiling and migration
- Change management engagements
Scale out engagements
Once you establish the foundation of your Enterprise Architecture plan, we'll help you scale the downstream delivery of technology projects and programs by building artifacts and implementing roadmaps across the breadth of your technology and business domains.
Operational readiness engagements
During operational readiness engagements, our experts deep dive into the current state of your business or technology environment and identify gaps compared to your desired future state. We also recommend which tools and resources to invest in to achieve that defined future state.
- Operational readiness assessment
- IT service management maturity assessment
- IT asset management assessment
Our architects, engineers and managing consultants have years of hands-on experience showing customers how to position Enterprise Architecture in a way that influences key strategy, planning and delivery decisions.
Meet some of our Enterprise Architecture leaders
James Bigger, Managing Director
Business & Analytics Advisors
James is a co-founder and leader of WWT's Business & Analytics Advisors practice, with responsibilities for Enterprise Architecture, data analytics and AI, and overall practice growth. He is experienced in leading complex transformation services, relationship management, business development and practice management. James holds a bachelor's degree in Physics and a Ph.D. in Materials Science from Oxford University.
Yoni Malchi, Senior Engagement Manager
Business & Analytics Advisors
Since joining WWT in 2017, Yoni has led AI and Enterprise Architecture management consulting engagements across a variety of industries (healthcare, car rental, consumer packaged goods, financial services). He currently drives our AI R&D program with the data science team. He is adept at listening to market needs to find practical business use cases that could benefit from the latest analytical techniques and technologies (e.g., deep learning, streaming analytics, GPUs, etc.).
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