Opportunity Abounds:
The marketplace is full of business opportunities that can drive growth and increase revenue. However most companies are unable to respond to these events. They aren’t nimble enough to turn opportunities to their own advantage and derive business value.  We enable your business agility.
Yet Confusion Reigns:
You’d think in the 21st Century that Business and IT would be on the same page. Unfortunately companies continue to waste money and time because these two crucial actors are out of synch. When they’re not working together the profit margin suffers. In today’s world, lost profit is deadly. We connect business and IT.
Extract Maximum Value:
To win you need to get the most out of what you have and free up resources so they can innovate. C-level executives seek our advice on how to build self-sustaining structures and processes to run IT effectively so it can provide maximum value at lowest cost.  We unleash innovation.
And Reap the Benefits:
Software ought to perform as advertised. IT processes are no different. When the business/IT relationship is well organized and well oiled, the result is something that simply works. It’s magic. We deliver clarity and peace of mind.


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Architecture is More Than Engineering

While many enterprise architecture (EA) programs may be less than effective or threatened by extinction, the EA discipline is still an important set of skills and processes that improve IT decision-making and CIO effectiveness. Yet, after decades of architecting systems, … Continue reading


Forrester Reveals Architect Angst

Forrester’s Alex Cullens talks about a recent finding that IT Architects are angst-ridden over the relationship with the Business. In a survey conducted at a recent event, Forrester discovered that not only do most Architects feel a relationship with the … Continue reading

Thoughts On Enterprise Architecture:

  Rational Rationalization – Part the First

With the upheaval of the economic downturn came a spate of mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, splits and buy-outs. The ensuing chaos of ... More


Next to the perennial favorite "What Enterprise Architecture is and/or is not," I'm inclined to believe debates over frameworks are the ... More

  On The CIO’s Top Challenges

There are many challenges that CIO's are facing in today's cloudy, jargony, swirling maelstrom of Information Technology. But isn't there ... More