Harbinger's Enterprise Architecture practice focuses on solving the most complex business problems organizations are facing in the current IT environments of astonishing change and rapid growth:
  • Unmanageably complex and increasingly costly to maintain IT systems.
  •  Reduced functional velocity in meeting current and future business demands in a timely and cost-effective manner.
  • Low quality, or sometimes completely missing, mission-critical information and or business data.
  • Misaligned business and IT, creating a culture of mistrust and fear, uncertainty and doubt.

Our EA practice seeks to optimize the architecture from fragmented legacy processes to an integrated environment that is responsive to change and supportive of the business strategy. Our EA practice will enable you to achieve the right balance between IT efficiency and business innovation. Our EA practice can benefit your organization by:

  • Creating a more efficient business model
    • Ability to offer products and services in new markets and across multiple channels
    • Shared business applications and functions across organization or processes
    • Lower change management cost
    • Flexible workforce and reduced complexity in business and IT
    • Improved business productivity
  • Creating a more efficient IT operation
    • Lower software development, support, and maintenance costs
    • Increased portability and reusability of applications
    • Improved interoperability and easier management
    • Improved ability to address critical enterprise-wide issues like security
    • Better software investment protection, easier upgrades and maintenance
Harbinger offers architecture evaluation, definition, implementation and governance consulting services. The general deliverable from our Enterprise Architecture consulting service are:
    • Definition of a logical system that will support business needs for the foreseeable future
    • Description of all subsystems, major components, and core infrastructure, application, and business services
    • dentification of the technologies that should be emphasized for the implementation of the architecture
    • Build versus buy decisions for technology components and sub-systems
    • Mapping of current and future software investments with business services and products
    • Architectural roadmap to achieve organizational goals