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Enterprise Architecture Consulting Services


Designing and planning the ideal Enterprise Architecture Strategy is integral in bringing new IT projects, processes, and other business strategies to life. Enterprise Architecture is foundational to any organization in driving momentum and accelerating change.

Enterprise Architecture Consulting Services

Leverage Best-In-Class Foundational Technology Architecture to Maximize Performance

Enterprise architecture strategy begins with an exhaustive understanding of how an organization’s business requirements, processes, and technology intertwine.


We provide architecture consulting, implementation, and management services to maximize scalability and increase agility. We help you define agile strategies which will reduce operational costs and increase the speed of delivery. Our 20+ years of enterprise architecture expertise focuses on underpinning IT and business transformation, enabling companies to aim at value-driven outcomes.

Our Enterprise Architecture Consulting Services
  • Enterprise Architecture Advisory and Consulting

    Icreon's executive advisory and consulting services can help you recognize key functional areas where Enterprise Architecture principles can be advantageous, pinpoint ongoing operational approaches, and deliver latest insights for best practices. Our experienced team provides you with roadmap development that includes a detailed plan for further implementation and ongoing governance.

  • Experience Strategy and Assessment

    With a thorough understanding of the vision of the business, the purpose of the brand and the expectations of the customer, we devise a north star for how digital will connect the dots. We do this by engaging with multiple stakeholders and leaders, performing a detailed Enterprise Architecture Assessment, suggesting enterprise architecture strategic solutions, processes, tools, standards, and methodologies.

  • Technology Readiness

    While we define the Experience Strategy with our clients, we concurrently audit the technology, data and architecture perspective to understand what needs to be built, bought or borrowed.

  • Data Architecture

    We build robust, accessible data blueprints, from how data flows to how it’s collected to how it’s integrated across the organization to how it’s governed and secured.

  • Application Architecture

    Are you rethinking your IT priorities in rapidly changing business demands? The application architecture determines how to create, connect and provide data to experience platforms and functions. We help clients understand what’s needed for their customers and their business.

  • IT Modernization and Transformation

    Partner with to create your target IT architectures, build the corresponding transformation program and roadmap, and assure the organization’s IT is ready for it. We ensure our solution simplifies complex environments while increasing the speed across the entire enterprise tech stack with operational agility, resilience, and security.

  • Implementation and Management

    Determine the appropriate technology stack across cloud services, security, tools, and platforms that enable the experience strategy. With our tried-and-true specification framework, agile methodology, and experts with hands-on development experience, we ensure to implement enterprise architecture effectively.

  • Governance and Operations

    Enterprise Architecture Governance is a critical practice incorporating the crucial aspects of managing a business. Our program empowers you in building a firm leadership, thorough knowledge of the enterprise structure and confident direction of the effective IT processes. We ensure new models and systems are adhering the standards, find new ways to improve IT capabilities for long-term goals, and reduce costs and inefficiencies.

  • Optimization and Support

    To move ahead, businesses need a robust architectural strategy to support, optimize, and sustain them. Our Enterprise Architecture Optimization and Support suite of services are based on a set of frameworks and principles that proactively ensure continuity and define future decisions regarding your strategic vision.

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Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation Common Challenges and Best Practices

Feb 9th, 2023 03:00p EST/12:00p PST/08:00p GDT 50 minutes

Digital transformation is challenging – but you don’t have to do it alone. Join us as we uncover common challenges and best practices when going through a digital transformation.

Paul Miser


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Creating an Enterprise Platform for 30,000+ Member Community

ASTM International is an international standards organization that develops and publishes voluntary consensus technical standards for a wide range of materials, products, systems, and services. A consortium of 30,000+ scientists, researchers & academic volunteers who dedicate their time to maintain over 12,000 standards across several industries. ASTM was looking forward to taking massive action towards becoming the SaaS solution for all standards industries.

Icreon helped them to achieve this via creating a 10-year roadmap for long-term cloud business strategy and redesigning the cloud platform experience for over 30,000 ASTM customers.

Read the full case study here.


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Enterprise Architecture Strategy FAQs

  • What is an enterprise architecture strategy?

    An enterprise architecture strategy is a set of decisions, guidelines, and processes that define how an organization will use information technology to meet its business objectives. Enterprise architecture strategies are often developed in response to a business problem or opportunity, and they can have a profound impact on how companies compete in the marketplace.

    Enterprise architecture strategies can be developed at any level in an organization — from the boardroom down through individual departments — but they're most effective when they're created by senior executives who have a clear understanding of their company's goals and objectives. A good enterprise architecture strategy should be aligned with an organization's goals, address critical issues facing the company, and guide how to address these issues.
  • How does enterprise architecture drive strategy?

    The role of enterprise architecture (EA) is to help organizations achieve their strategic goals and objectives by creating a roadmap to guide the development of information systems. EA teams work with business leaders and technology stakeholders to identify the most important business processes and functions, understand how they’re currently implemented, and develop strategies for improving them.

    EA drives strategy by defining and communicating where an organization wants to go, how it plans to get there, and why it needs to change. It helps companies make informed decisions about technology investments and improve their ability to adapt over time.

    To do this effectively, the enterprise architect must have access to all stakeholders within the organization to collaborate on a common goal: achieving success for the organization. This requires that all stakeholders are on board with what is being designed and how it will work within their area of responsibility.
  • What is the goal of enterprise architecture?

    Enterprise architecture is a set of principles, processes, standards, and techniques that help organizations design, implement and operate their business. It's also a way to manage change in the enterprise over time.

    The goal of enterprise architecture is to create a common understanding among stakeholders of what their organization should look like in the future. Enterprise architecture provides a vision for the future so everyone can work toward it together.

    Enterprise architecture helps organizations understand how they are currently operating and what changes they might need to make to achieve their goals. Enterprise architects use systems thinking to understand the relationships between different parts of an organization and how different parts interact with one another. They use modeling tools to help stakeholders visualize these relationships.
  • What is enterprise architecture?

    Enterprise architecture is the management of a business or organization's information systems, including hardware, software, and people resources, to align with business goals. Enterprise architecture helps an organization determine where technology can best be used to support its business operations.

    The enterprise architect is responsible for establishing an appropriate information system architecture that supports the organization's current and future business strategy. They do this by determining what hardware and software solutions are needed to support the company's goals, both now and in the future. The enterprise architect uses their technical knowledge of various solutions to help guide decision-making when choosing which solutions are right for a given situation.
  • What is the best enterprise architecture framework?

    The most popular frameworks are TOGAF and Zachman Framework. Both have been around for almost 30 years, which means they've been in use for a long time and have been tested by many organizations.

    TOGAF is a standard for enterprise architecture published by the Open Group. It's an independent, vendor-neutral organization that provides standards for computer systems. TOGAF is an acronym for The Open Group Architecture Framework, pronounced "toga flip."

    The Zachman Framework is more specific to enterprise architecture, but it's more focused on describing organizational data than designing the organization's structure.
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