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Dr Tariq Aslam

Aligning IT with Business/Business TransformationProductivity, Governance, Innovation


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Agenda

  • Critical Business Challenges

  • Aligning IT with Business

  • IBM Solution

  • Success Stories

  • Q & A

  • Next Steps


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Agenda

  • Critical Business Challenges

  • Aligning IT with Business

  • IBM Solution

  • Success Stories

  • Q & A

  • Next Steps


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Critical Business Challenges/Pain

Organization is not aligned with vision/mission/KPI.

Organizational structure or capabilities do not match with the technology we acquire.

Companies have difficulty understanding the impact of a change.

After the restructuring either the business processes do not work or technology fails.

Operational/business processes are inefficient.

Companies procure system that do not integrate.


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Agenda

  • Critical Business Challenges

  • Aligning IT with Business

  • IBM Solution

  • Success Stories

  • Q & A

  • Next Steps


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Enterprise Architecture Helps

  • Enterprise Architecture is the description of the current and/or future structure and behavior of an organization's processes, information systems, personnel and organizational sub-units, aligned with the organization's core goals and strategic direction.

  • The primary purpose of creating an Enterprise Architecture is to ensure that business strategy and IT investments are aligned. As such, enterprise architecture allows traceabilityfrom the business strategy down to the underlying technology.

  • Enterprise Architecture relates more broadly to the practice of business optimization in that it addresses business architecture, performance management, organizational structure and process architecture as well.


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Vision

Strategic

Objectives

Initiatives

Translates into

Drives

Executed

through

Planner

Mission

Executed by

Responsible for

To overcome

Or take

advantage of

Process Groups

Process Maps

Challenges

& Opportunities

Technology

Departments

Designer

Owner

Belong to

Abide by

Composed of

Executed by

Use

Based on

Policies

Roles

Applications

Run on

Uses

Use

Linked to

Uses

Developer

Hardware

Responsibilities

Data

Network

Bridging the Gap with Business Alignment and Optimization

ENTERPRISE INFORMATION ENTITIES

Perspectives

Organizations create and consume information as part of their planning, management, execution and delivery activities on continuous basis.


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which is being processed on a given platform / server / equipment

Bridging the Gap with Business Alignment and Optimization

A Business Strategy is Executed by…

DEFINING THE ENTERPRISE

Providing business services that .....

Business Architecture

Are implemented by processes that.....

Are executed through activities that.....

Are automated by a service (functionality) of an application...

Information & Applications Architecture

which uses the component(s) of a system.....

Infrastructure Architecture



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. equipment

“If you don't know where you are going, any road will take you there”

Lewis Carroll


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Define the Enterprise Strategy, goals and equipment

Objectives : What to do, and how to do it?

Business Processes : support the strategy,

Operational organization

The Applications support the Business,

implement the business functions in the IT systems

The Information is key for the organization :

It is the fuel that drives the architecture

  • Infrastructure that supports the IS:

  • Technical components: servers, networks, etc.

  • Technology: platforms, etc.

Enterprise Architecture

Strategy

Business

Métier

Applications & Systems

Information & Data

Network & Infrastructure


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Agenda equipment

  • Critical Business Challenges

  • Aligning IT with Business

  • IBM Solution

  • Success Stories

  • Q & A

  • Next Steps


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Gartner EA Tools Magic Quadrant equipment

IBM System Architect positioned at the front of the Leaders Quadrant.


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System Architect – NO 1 in Magic Quadrant equipment

Capture and Model all Domains of the Organization

Network Infrastructure

Application and Service Models

Behavior (UML Support)

Network Topologies

Matrix Views

Relational Data Modeling

Application Models

Organizational Charts

Process Models

Business Process Modeling and Analysis

Data Models

Goals Objectives

Class Diagrams


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System Architect – NO 1 in Magic Quadrant equipment

In The System Architect Repository

Becomes Managed Information

Create an Organizational BlueprintLeverage Your Existing Information

CMDB

IDL

CSV

Visio

Disparate Data

Rose

XMI

Excel

Visio

DDL

XML

Applications and IT

Business Strategy

Organization & Process

Create

Roadmap


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System Architect – NO 1 in Magic Quadrant equipment

Analyze resource utilization

Determine cost structures

Simulate and Optimize Processes


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System Architect – NO 1 in Magic Quadrant equipment

Time Lapsed Visualizations As-Is/To-Be Transition


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Impact Analysis equipment


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Impact Analysis equipment


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Customer – Strategy Map equipment

  • This diagram shows the mapping of the Strategic Objectives along the 4 BSC perspectives, adhering to the Balanced Scorecard principles.

  • Objective “Automate Core Processes” is chosen for further elaboration


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Objective – Automate Core Processes equipment

  • This page shows tabulated information about the strategic objective. It provides a linkage between Strategic and Operational components as observed through the sub reports Related Business Flows and Initiatives.

  • The business flow “Declare to Collect/Refund” is chosen as a process that realizes the objective


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Business Flow : Declare to Collect/Refund equipment

  • The Business Flow realizes the Strategic Objective through the execution of a set of Core and Non Core Business Processes. This graphical representation shows the interaction between these processes.

  • The business process “Validate Declaration” is chosen for further elaboration


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Process – Validate Declaration equipment

  • The Business Process is modeled using BPMN, graphically models business events, activities, data objects, locations, and executors in a logical sequence.

  • The activity “Register Declaration” is chosen for further elaboration


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Activity – Register Declaration equipment

  • Activity attributes include Inputs, & Outputs (in terms of Data Objects), Volumes, Actors, Location, KPIs, Business Rules, Tasks, and supporting Use Cases that capture functional requirements for automating that activity in UML format.

  • The use case “Submit Declaration” is chosen for further elaboration


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Use Case Model – Submit Declaration equipment

  • - Use Case Diagram modeled in UML showing the interactions between Actors and Use Cases

  • The use case “Submit Declaration” is chosen for further elaboration


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Use Case Details – Submit Declaration equipment

  • This Use Case represents a functional requirement captured as part of an SDLC project to build an application supporting the modeled Business Flows and Processes.

  • A screen shot of the user interface developed to automate the selected activity will be shown in the next slide


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User Interface Screen Shot equipment

  • The user interface was developed based on the use case specifications detailing the screen functionalities needed



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Bespoke Project equipment

Bespoke Access

ESRI ArcGIS

ESRI ArcGIS Server

Accellion File

Vista Cinema

ADT Brand Hub

ESRI ArcIMS Web

Bespoke

Autodesk AutoCAD

Bespoke Contact

Bespoke

Tool

Card Reporter

Desktop

Type: Application

Transfer System

Booking System

Digital Asset

Type: Application

Compliance Units

Type: Application

Center Knowledge

Corporate

Type: Application

Type: Application

Type: Application

Type: Application

Management

Type: Application

Base

Accounting

Soluion

Systems

Cisco Intelligent

Bespoke

Bespoke

Bespoke No

Bespoke Training

BIW Tech

Bloomberg

Cisco Voice Portal

Cisco Call Manager

Connectria

Cougar Forcasting

Mycom Point of

Contact

Electronic

Intelligent

Objection

Centre System

Collaboration

Professional

Type: Application

Type: Application

Redplaid

and Performance

Sale

Management

Attendance

Helpdesk

Certificate System

Document

Service

Management

System

Management

Jacky's Queue

Vovici Survey

Eversuite

Whale VPN

DHL Easy Ship

Easy Hotels Entee

eFront FrontInvest

EMC Documentum

Eversuite

Estate Master

Eversuite Mail

Golips

Management

Business Process

Communicator

Type: Application

system

Type: Application

Type: Application

Document

Development

Management

System

Services

Management

Feasibility

System

IBM System

IBM DOORS

GTS Sales Portal

GXIMFEE -

GXSDG - Geocortex

GXTAEE -

GXUPBE -

Hyperion

Google Earth Client

Google Earth Pro

Impact Witness

Infor Enterprise

Architect

Type: Application

Geocortex Internet

Secure Data

Geocortex

Geocortex Uptime

Consolidation

Type: Application

Solution

Asset

Mapping

Gateway for

Statistics for

for ArcIMS

Type: Application

Management

Framework

ArcIMS

ArcIMS

Oracle Owner

Oracle Business

Oracle Customer

Oracle Primavera

Oracle Discoverer

Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office

Kenexa

Lifesize Video

Map Guide

Micros Point of

Microsoft Office

Association

Process Architect

Relationship

Contract

2003 Professional

2003 Standard

Performance

Conference

Sale

SharePoint Server

Financials

Management

Management

Desktop

Desktop

Management

System

Type: Application

2007

Oracle Primavera

Oracle Retail

Oracle Financials

Oracle Retail

Oracle Retail Store

Oracle Primavera

Oracle Hyperion

Oracle Retail

Oracle Retail

Oracle Retail Price

Oracle Retail Sales

Oracle Enterprise

PERTMaster

Allocations

Type: Application

Invoice Matching

Inventory

Project

Planning

Integration Bus

Merchandising

Management

Audit

Project

Type: Application

Type: Application

Type: Application

Management

Management

Type: Application

System

Type: Application

Type: Application

Management

System

Oracle Property

Sniperhire Hiring

Oracle

Oracle Human

Oracle Hyperion

Oracle Hyperion

Omniture

Omnix Enguard

Oracle 360

Oracle Business

Omniture Analytics

Oracle Hyperion

Manager

Solutions

Procurement

Resource

Financial

Performance

Discoverer

Type: Application

Intelligence Suite

Type: Application

Planning (Nakheel

Type: Application

Type: Application

Type: Application

Management

Management

Management

Type: Application

Enterprise Edition

Hotel)

Systems

Plus

Systems Union

Technoserve

SPAN ITMS

Q-Matic System -

Radia Software

RetailPro Point of

Reuters

Vignette NFS

Vignette Portal

SCADA

Vignette Identity

Vignette Portal

SunSystems

Prequalification

Type: Application

GFA & IC Leasing

Manager

Sale

Type: Application

Type: Application

DPM

Type: Application

Manager

Type: Application

Financials

Supplier

Type: Application

Type: Application

Vignette

Vignette Content

Vignette Seach

Vignette

Vignette

Vignette Web

Vignetter

Community

Manager

Engine

Recommendation

Collaboration

Server

Automomy Search

Applications

Type: Application

Type: Application

Type: Application

Type: Application

Type: Application

Engine

Comment

Comment

Comment

Comment

Comment

Supported by company IT

Unsupported

Supported by Vendor

Supported by ITC

Supported by Business Unit IT

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Only 5 applications consume the resources of 102 servers across 4 physical locations

GIS

EAM

PORTAL

EDMS

Retail


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Routine Analysis – Key Stakeholders’ Questions across 4 physical locations

Compiled a list of 49 Questions in the Explore Phase

List of answered questions


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Application / Service Overlap across 4 physical locations


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Bridging the Gap, across 4 physical locationsthe IBM Solutions… System Architect®

Projects & Initiatives

Visualize the Organization

Enterprise Strategies & Direction

Business Processes & Services

Orgs &

People

Data

Applications

IT Infrastructure & Services

With SA you can see key EA components supporting Enterprise strategies & goals!

With SA you can see key EA components dependent upon specific technologies!

With SA you can manage key EA components as projects and initiatives!


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Analysis across 4 physical locations& Design

Requirements Definition& Management

Implementation

Configuration & Change Management

Quality Management

Iteration Management

Portfolio overview

BUSINESS DOMAIN

EXECUTION DOMAIN

Enterprise Architecture & Frameworks

Product, Project & Portfolio Management

Measurement & Reporting

Production/Operation

ELM


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Next Step across 4 physical locations

EA Fast Start Workshop Tasks & Schedule

  • Day 1 : Pre-work: Client EA Assessment/Workshop Planning Con-call/WebEx – Workshop Materials Prep

  • Day 2 AM: System Architect Demo, EA Concepts and Initial EA Stakeholder Identification/Value Use Scenarios - Onsite

  • Day 2 PM: Meta-concepts Development, Meta-model development

  • Day 3 AM: Fast Start Tasks/Deliverables Overview

  • Day 3 PM : Use Scenarios Prioritization, Meta-model and Initial Customization Development

  • Day 4: Meta-model Refinement and Draft Encyclopedia Reviews

  • Day 5: Encyclopedia Data Population, Initial EA Value Analyses

  • Day 6 – n : EA Value Analysis Refinement, additional of new EA Domains, EA Value Presentation/Demonstration Development, Next Steps