Business organization need IT blueprint to translate the needs of the business into practical instructions. In this way, developers, systems administrators, and network managers can convert hardware, systems, applications and their multiple connection points into an enterprise computing environment that provides a company with clear economic value and sustainable competitive advantage.

The idea of an “IT blueprint” has become increasingly compelling as the complexity of IT has continued to increase. Business Service Managers, an increasingly common new role in IT organizations, are the General Contractors of IT and are being called on to translate business requirements into the guidance other IT professionals need to create services and to ensure that those services perform reliably over time.

An IT blueprint shows how the various infrastructure components inter-relate to each service and provides the insight necessary to ensure more business-critical services get priority treatment. With this guidance, the IT organizations can make informed prioritization decisions that effectively meet the needs of the business — whether those decisions have to do with requests for new IT services, support for existing ones, or the disciplined management of change.

Our blueprint consulting offering are as follows:

Business Blueprint for ERP Implementation
Successful companies first define a business blueprint for their ERP implementation. There are a number of foundational activities that need to be defined up front so your team isn’t spinning it’s wheels and your consultants aren’t racking up the hours of inefficient but billable time. Much like an architect first designs the building before calling in his general contractor, framers, electricians, and plumbers to start building, an ERP system business blueprint helps you establish that common vision and direction for the project.

Our business blueprint for ERP implementation involves 5 key factors as follows:

  1. Business processes and requirements
  2. Organizational design and readiness
  3. Data migration strategy
  4. Forms and reports
  5. Final cost and time estimate

If your organization are looking to implement ERP system, dont hurt yourselves onto the technical implementation track by not taking the time to first define how the software will support the business and calling in the technical experts to start configuring the new ERP system.

Infrastructure Connectivity Blueprint Architecture
This blueprint architecture will provide guidance on how IT infrastructure should be connected.  The blueprint will mainly discuss about network infrastructure connectivity and how it should be designed and implemented to achieve a resilient network infrastructure.  Our infrastructure connectivity blueprint architecture will take into considerations all elements of IT infrastructure that includes network devices, network connectivity, servers, as well as desktop clients.

Infrastructure Security Blueprint Architecture
Our consulting services on infrastructure security blueprint architecture provides guidance on how security should be designed and implemented throughout IT infrastructure. This security blueprint will discuss all elements of infrastructure security such as network security, server security as well end point security.

Unified Communication Blueprint Architecture
Unified communication offers a new way to communicate. Our unified communication blueprint architecture provide a comprehensive unified communication architecture through voice, video, data, mobility, and application that lets you use your networks as a platform for effective and collaborative communication. Our unified communication blueprint will be presented as part of integrated solution, that includes, network infrastructure, security, mobility, unified communication applications, network management, flexible deployment, and outsourced management options.