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    Integrated Enterprise Technology Roadmaps

    Integrated Enterprise Technology Roadmaps are a tool used to accomplish accurate business-based technology planning with the focus on achieving short and long-term business goals, by optimizing technology platforms across the enterprise. Building an Integrated Enterprise Technology Roadmap is an approach that leverages a structured methodology for exploring and planning relationships between system functionality, organizational requirements, integrating Generative AI, and alignment to growth/scale models within a technology-based architecture.

    Technology Roadmap Implementation for Business Continuity

    Phase 1: Scale – Enterprise Systems Architecture Analysis

    Scale matters to all businesses, regardless of size, because without the ability to scale, you also have no ability to grow. Technology should enable scale and should do so by adding value. “Value to Scale,” is your first step toward defining exactly what your organization “needs” to meet the goals of your baseline technology platforms. It is in this analysis that will help determine the “what.” To define the “what” you need to have a clear vision of the objectives you want to accomplish and thus a refined technology plan to understand cross functional business process and how to enable them.

    Phase 2: Adoption – Enterprise Systems Architecture Use Case Modeling

    Once we define the “what” we can focus on the “why.” Ask yourself, “why do we need to enhance, change, and/or reengineer our existing technology roadmap.” The reflection that comes from this exercise will provide clarity about the technology driven objectives you want to accomplish. (Cross functionally). These objectives must be strategic and cut across your business. Subject areas like growth, diversification, talent management, and many more will come up in this conversation. Use Case Modeling provides a simulated perspective upon which decisions can be made and creates transparency for cross-departmental value recognition.

    Phase 3: Integration – Enterprise Systems Architecture Change Management

    This takes place after the initial 2 phases and will be scoped independently as it is dependent on the output of phase 1 and 2. The ultimate goal is to provide a guide to optimization within a measurable, progressive, and structured Project Execution Plan (PEP) that can be collaboratively implemented with the AMS team of experts and your internal technologists to ensure a sustainable and well-informed strategy.

    Why Are Technology Roadmaps Important to Business Continuity

    Scale and Adoption review efforts should have provided a clear picture of what and why, but now we need to define the “how.”  There are two sides to this effort, the technology platform side, and the change/impact side. We will utilize the Use Case modeling from the Scale and Adoption phases to “prove” systems, architecture, and functionality across the enterprise and begin wholesale changes to reorganize the architecture driven by established business goals.

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