Enterprise Architecture

enterprise architecture technology

Operating IT in alignment with business demand and efficiently provisioning services with both internal and external suppliers.

Enterprise Architecture is the result of IT comprehending itself as a business. Maturity in Enterprise Architecture practices results in IT organizations that are more efficient, effective and agile. Enterprise Architecture helps curb unbridled IT budgets through re-use, getting more done with less. For its Retirement Service, Financial Services and Government clients, technology organizations are challenged with understanding the “what” of business need,  the “how” of technology solutions and the mapping of the two. Using Enterprise Architecture frameworks (like Zachman and TOGAF, etc.) IT Service organizations adopt a “service-oriented” operating model, that is anchored on the architectural service catalog, with all resources and activities managing that framework.


Service Catalog:

         Enterprise Architecture Maturity Assessment    

Enterprise Architects in Various Business & IT Domains

Enterprise Architecture Organization Initiation Accelerator 

Case Studies

The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency.

— Bill Gates,
Microsoft Founder


Enterprise Iron Financial Industry Solutions, Inc. BBB Business Review