KBS offers various enterprise architecture (EA) services for conducting enterprise analysis, design, planning, and implementation, using a comprehensive approach at all times, for the successful development and execution of strategy.

Our architects perform the analysis of business structure and processes and assist clients draw conclusions from the information collected to address the goals of enterprise architecture: effectiveness, efficiency, agility, and continuity of complex business operations.

KBS provides the following services:

Enterprise Architecture Road-map and Strategic Blueprint Development:

Organizations often are faced with the dilemma where the IT and business are not on the same page. Those differences lead business and IT to march towards different goals and objectives leading to complexity, inefficiencies, and lack of mutual trust. KBS help clients develop architecture road-map and strategic blueprint that communicates how a company’s IT plans will help the organization achieve its business objectives.

Technology Blueprint Development:

Technology blueprints is a strategy to control and manage the diversity in the technology portfolio by achieving by maximizing reuse of solutions, licenses and human resource skill sets. By ensuring the life-cycle of technologies are managed, clients are able to better communicate the business values and risks associated with two primary scenarios, namely:

  • Retiring technologies that are approaching their end of life, and
  • Introducing new technologies

KBS help client develop technology blueprint which documents enterprise technology choices and life-cycles.  It can be primary means of communicating these choices to the stakeholders when developing plans and budgets for implementing new or enhancing existing applications.

Technology Assessment and Selection Process:

Organizations lack a defined or documented process for selecting a new technology, whether it is software, hardware or services. Key to selecting new technologies is to match prospective technology to the company’s business goals, processes, and tolerance for change.

Although resourceful and creative people can often get “round pegs into square holes”, this often comes at a significant price that is usually not visible to the organization. This price takes many forms including increased project costs, lower speed to market or increased support costs in future years.

KBS assist clients build a technology assessment and selection process, to assess the organizational and technological requirements of the project, laying the foundation for an informed technology selection and deployment experience.

Enterprise Architecture Modelling:

KBS assist client model complex enterprise, business, information, and technology definitions and mappings to describe, visualize, construct and test complex systems through the use of modeling.

Target Architectures Development:

Organizations are often concerned about the detailed enterprise impact due to the constant changes; whether it be due to a departmental level project or an enterprise strategic initiative. To make matters worse, different internal organizations are making changes simultaneously, adding to complexity and uncertainty of the final outcome.

KBS help clients develop a complete Enterprise Architecture including recommended Target Architecture that aligns with the goals and objectives of the project and the enterprise. Our architects follow The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) to apply architecture principles and practices to guide our clients through the business, information, process, and technology changes necessary to execute clients’ strategies. Our practices utilize various enterprise aspects to identify, motivate, and achieve these changes.

Khayyam is a meticulous IT Architect, who undertakes complex assignments, meets tight deadlines and delivers superior performance. He has over twenty five years of total IT experience designing, building and supporting complex systems with over ten years of dedicated experience in enterprise architecture (EA). Possess broad practical knowledge in EA program and its sub-disciplines; such as architecture design, framework and governance. He has fulfilled various EA roles, such as technical, solutions and enterprise architect, on departmental projects and multi-million dollar enterprise strategic initiatives.