Our Approach To Enterprise Architecture
We begin by leveraging past architecture, communications, and consulting experience on over 40 client engagements. These engagements ranged from consulting services related to launching architecture for United Airlines Web Solutions. We also moved Sallie Mae’s several weeks-long paper application process to an automated online submission and decision into minutes. For six months of evaluation, Xentity has successfully executed private sector contracts. Subsequently, Xentity evaluated the federal sector and its foray into enterprise architecture after newly supported mandates.
Recent enterprise architecture research yielded changes not seen since the Industrial Revolution. Consider the following factors that occurred globally:
Cultural – Mass retirements have caused brain drain, billions of people pressuring boundaries, resources, and relationships impacting policy, environment, and security.
Business – efficiency needs quality, finite resources, models, globalization for pushing costs, fast-automated transactions, all of which are causing bad reactive policy.
Technology – Cannot keep up with the above causing IT performance controls to be non-existent and logarithmic growth of IT capital.
The services packaged together: Strategic EA, Consulting, and Comm2.0, create an integrated service organization that is currently not offered by its major competition. Competitors that do this are typically at tactical and implementation levels. In ten years, Xentity expects to have created the standard approach to enterprise architecture, planning, and strategy for all to follow. Thereafter, Xentity will shift to grow its Business Model Research division for the next wave of Global Localization Transformational Expansion.
After five years of established federal experience and client recognition up to the U.S. President’s OMB, Xentity started its 3rd phase in company growth. Xentity hopes to expand over the next ten years through its truly unique blend of services. Thereafter, Xentity plans to open a new service line and be seen as a leader in establishing open business model research for solving true global challenges. We would accomplish this using appropriate applications of advancement and localized principles.