Enterprise Architecture for Growth
Start building blueprint of your organization to support its growth.
A business with several operating units and structures needs a unifier. A blueprint of operation each unit of the enterprise actively participate in to achieve a common goal. To achieve this common goal, a series of business processes are performed by each department. These business processes require an enterprise architecture (EA) plan to streamline each unit task. Cleman Consulting S.a.r.l. helps businesses layout an enterprise architecture to define the configuration of their operations. We use EA to help organizations standardize and organize their business processes to align with their business goals.
We use two robust frameworks for you at the heart of our enterprise architecture blueprint: TOGAF framework and ArchiMate notation. The TOGAF framework helps to unify IT goals with your business goals while unifying cross-departmental IT efforts. It enables you to outline and shape requirements before a project begins, allowing the business processes to move swiftly with no errors.
ArchiMate is the notation to describe enterprise architecture. We use ArchiMate because of its ease and simplicity. It is a straightforward tool to use. Anyone in or associated with your business processes will be able to understand your ArchiMate setup. This uniformity helps build cohesion between departments and processes in your organization. For instance, the European Interoperability Framework (EIF) is a notable example of EU projects using ArchiMate notation.
At Cleman Consulting S.a.r.l., security by design is our watchword. Our cybersecurity team seeks to make your business systems free of vulnerabilities and impervious to attack. We suggests measures such as continuous testing, authentication safeguards and adherence to best programming practices.
All our enterprise architecture frameworks support the improvement of organizational cybersecurity by utilizing a common framework to achieve goals, technology, and security issues. By focusing on goal execution first, cybersecurity is structured from the top down to the bottom up.