ERP systems are expensive, their benefits are difficult to quantify, and they often suffer from poor user satisfaction. Post-implementation, technology evolves, organisational goals change, and the health of the system is not monitored. This is complicated in today’s digital landscape with multiple integration points, siloed data, and competing priorities.
Too often organisations jump into selecting replacement systems without understanding the health of their systems. We can do better than this.
IT leaders need to take a proactive approach to continually monitor and optimise their enterprise applications. Strategically re-align business goals, identify business application capabilities, complete a process assessment, evaluate user adoption, and create an optimisation plan that will drive a cohesive technology strategy that delivers results.
Data management has distinct phasing. Fitting all phases inside a single Data Warehouse environment creates an unmanageable monster. Think of creating a Data Pipeline instead. Join this webinar to Understand your high-level business capabilities and interactions across them – your data repositories and flows should be just a digital reflection thereof, and divide your data world in logical verticals overlaid with various speed data progression lanes, i.e. build your data pipeline – and conquer it one segment at a time.
Is my enterprise secure? And how would I know if it was not secure? Security professionals are asked this question all the time. They often answer by referring to various threat modeling sessions to demonstrate what is in place to block potential threat vectors. However, even with models and understanding, highly compliant companies continue to be breached on a regular basis.
Traditional threat modeling is often too much hoping that you’ve mapped the correct attack vector. Security leaders cannot rely on best guesses to optimize security countermeasures. Truly optimized security requires a thorough understanding of the organization’s threat landscape, the possible attack tactics and techniques, and the security protocols that are currently in place to block them.
Enterprise Architecture (EA) has a difficult role to play as the bridge between business and technology. It must be able to interact with the business and translate that into technology guidance. This requires a wide range of capabilities and team members that are skilled in both business and technology. During this webinar, our analysts will help you establish an enterprise architecture practice that leverages an operating model that promotes and supports agility within the organization.