Corporate information architecture
For many organizations attempts to execute, or implement, projects are hampered by infrastructure bottlenecks or other structural issues that can impede operations. These architectural issues can be solved for allowing employees to implement management’s vision without constraint from systems limitations. The ability to act without being limited by inelegant, or aging, technology infrastructure is crucial for quickly analyzing the impact of proposed changes and prioritizing projects that drive the most value to the business.
Creating a platform for business-IT stakeholder collaboration is essential. Effective information architecture supports strategy, analysis and planning by providing stakeholders insight into the current state of the business and IT landscape, thus enabling management to make informed decisions on the best path moving forward.