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We Help our clients developing solutions that fit the conceptual ideas of a company in terms of systems and integration...

Solution and Business Architecture Services

Soleco leaders at innovative enterprises gain competitive advantage by learning and experimenting to find what works for it and its customers — including leveraging design thinking, with its focus on the customer; lean startup as an innovation engine; and agile to develop technology elements that work well in combination.

This requires considerable flexibility in applying models, analyses and innovation processes, which will vary depending on the type of innovation. Leading EA practitioners leverage diverse approaches to help them use lean and experiment, including:

Design thinking — This brings ideas and tools from the world of architecture and product design with a strong focus on human-centered design. It brings the customer perspective into the heart of the innovation process.

Lean startup —This provides the iteration engine, building out a hypothesis for an innovation through multiple cycles.

Agile —This keys into the lean startup cycle and builds out the supporting technology solution. In later cycles, and as an innovation scales, it works with other approaches, such as DevOps, to take the solution into core systems. Design thinking, lean startup and agile are powerful approaches, with considerable flexibility. While there's a lot of great research in each area, they must be tailored to suit the needs of the organization. So, in a sense, each organization has to iteratively learn about the most suitable innovation approach. Click here to edit text

Our certified experts help client using TOGAF to Define and Govern service oriented architecture witch is the starting point for the enterprise to adopt the rules and guidelines for use and deployment of all IT resources and assests across the enterprise.  We combine guidance from different enterprise architecture viewpoints (business, information and technical), as well as from the enterprise solution architecture (ESA).

The role of our solution architects is to identify answer to a business problem and set of solution options and their components. There will be many potential solutions to a problem with varying degrees of suitability to the underlying business need. Solution options are derived from a combination of Solution Architecture Dimensions/Views which describe characteristics, features, qualities, requirements and Solution Design Factors, Limitations And Boundaries which delineate limitations. Use of structured approach can assist with solution design to create consistency. The TOGAF approach to enterprise architecture can be adapted to perform some of the analysis and design for elements of Solution Architecture Dimensions/Views.

We start our assessment based on a value driven Top down cycle: 

Measurable — Deliverables that directly measure the impact of EA on the business.

Actionable — Signature-ready deliverables that directly drive or guide change by initiating projects or providing direction to change projects. These deliverables are supported by diagnostic deliverables that help to illuminate why action should be taken.

Diagnostic — Deliverables that provide the details and result of analysis. Diagnostic deliverables

are most often the analysis tools and methods applied to enabling deliverables to address specific

issues and opportunities.

Enabling — Deliverables that are composed of information that is collected, providing input to

diagnostic deliverables.

Operational — Deliverables that support the EA program but do not have a direct information

linkage to actionable deliverables.