Solutions Architecture

Key Areas :

Technology Environment Analysis | Business Analysis | Analysing Requirement & Resources |

Collaboration Framework Set Up | Selection of Technology Stack | Solution Prototype |
Controlling & Monitoring | Project Management Support
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Solutions Architecture

Every problem or chasm across a steady path is an opportunity to improve. Large scale projects are often surrounded with intimidating complexities which need immediate or rather pre defined ‘solutions’. It is therefor important to have a trusted team on board to bride the gap between business problems & solutions which stem down from technology.

Expertise includes :

i. Finding best solutions from available resources to address business problems.

ii. Defining & managing solution requirements.

iii. Narrating the features, attributes, phases, behaviour & troubleshooting to the stakeholders.

An ideal Solution Architecture helps companies develop their product on time, within allocated budget and makes sure it meets the requirement. The ‘problem solving’ ability of solutions architecture remains an indispensable component while conducting large size projects.

The SOW Includes : Technology Environment Analysis  |  Business Analysis  |  Calculating Requirements & Resources  |  Collaboration Framework Set Up  |  Solution Prototype  |  Selection of Technology Stack  |  Controlling & Monitoring  |  Project Management Support

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Business Architecture

We work with you to understand the current health & market position of your business, where it wants to go, and what’s the roadmap & effort required to get there. It is an important component which maps solution to help you attain your business objectives. Our team helps you set up a highly customised dashboard which enables the decision makers of a company to trace real time information, monitor growth & take informed decisions. 

An ideal Business Architecture demonstrates how efficiently the resources, processes, semantics and information fit together. The relationships among the elements dictate and specify what the organization does, and what it needs to do to meet its common goals.

Data Architecture

Data Architecture can be defined as “A set of rules, policies, and models that determine what kind of data gets collected, and how it gets used, processed and stored within a database system.” – Keith D.Foote

A New Age Business requires Data Architecture to :

i. Strategically capitalise & make the most out of current business opportunities inherent in emerging technologies.

ii. Translate business needs into data and system requirements.

iii. Integrate Information Technology and business systems.

iv. Manage complex data and information flow across various levels in a company.

v. Visualise & monitor flow of information between users and the Business.

Information Architecture

A brief definition of Information architecture (IA) can be the science of organizing and structuring content of the websites, web and mobile applications, and softwares. An American architect and graphic designer, Richard Saul Wurman, is said to be the founder of the IA field. Information architecture aims at organizing content which maximises the functionality of the application by helping the users find what they look for without making an effort. IA forms determines the design skeleton of any project. 

 

It is highly imperative to arrange the Visual elements, user interface, functionality and navigation as per information architecture principles. Information Architecture is therefore lays foundation to the UI/UX of a web or mobile application.

Applications Architecture

For tech based businesses, it is important to build a strong foundation of agility, scalability and reliability in your application framework. Traditional businesses have to embrace evolution overnight given sudden transitions in the global market scenario.  With an ideal Applications Architecture, an organization can respond quickly and effectively to sudden changes in the  business ecosystem. It is the blueprint for supporting future growth arising from an increase in demand, interoperability and enhanced reliability.

Some of the key responsibilities include : 

i. Setting up permissions for user access. 

ii. Authentication for users

iii. Data Validation while receiving requests

iv. Creating, updating & deleting records.

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