Enterprise Architecture

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JNC’s architecture solutions enable organizations to advance strategic objectives like cost saving, operational efficiency, and delivering IT innovations.


Enterprise Architecture (EA) works in the best interest of the entire organization rather than an individual department or project. EA aligns a company’s strategic vision with its information technology, and connects different business units through synergistic communication and collaboration. EA software connects applications through a central message-routing hub, analyzes and translates data, and automatically routes information according to business processes. The simplicity of having a single connector to each application makes Enterprise Architecture an ideal investment for improving business performances.



Enterprise Architecture Provides a Vision Structure


Present: An accurate view of the entire current environment (baseline), across the spectrum of different departments and barriers.

Future: A vision for a company’s target.

Plan of Action: A plan of transition from the baseline to the target environment.

Alignment: Ensures that the implementation of IT resources align with the business needs and objectives.

Broader Planning Framework: Includes strategic planning, capital planning and investment control, budgeting, systems development/acquisition life cycle management, etc.



Result: Business Agility & Synergy


Enterprise Architectures focuses on three things: connection, collaboration, and communication. Implementing Enterprise Architecture is not about relying on IT service to meet business needs. Rather, it creates a synergy of IT and the business working together to achieve a company’s goals. This flow of information and communication enables leaders to make better business and IT decisions.



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