Bridge the strategy to execution gap. Capture your company strategy and design capability maps. Create and manage business transformation roadmaps based on clear strategic objectives and business capabilities.
Model reference architecture to increase the effectiveness of your IT systems. Design current and future application architecture. Map application deployments. Model infrastructure to support deployed applications. Design system processes describing how applications operate.
Get insight into the fitness of your IT landscape. Build a complete inventory of your applications and technology components. Assess and rationalize your application portfolio. Monitor technology obsolescence. Create and prioritize IT transformation projects.
Understand and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your operations. Map customer journeys and identify how your processes impact your overall customer experience. Ensure your processes support your digital business transformation.
Get an integrated view of risks, controls, incidents, and compliance with business operations, so that risk is treated as a whole and not in silos. Identify risks, implement related controls, declare incidents in a structured library and map regulatory requirements to processes and IT assets.
Boost internal auditor’s productivity. Build internal audit plans based on results of prior audits. Generate a risk-based audit process and leverage dynamic reporting. Assign audit tasks based on auditor skills and availability, manage timesheets and expenses, and track recommendation progress.
Turn your enterprise data into a trusted asset. Create a data dictionary, build and share business glossaries. Design data with conceptual, logical and physical data models. Map data lineage. Manage rules to comply with regulations such as BCBS 239 and Solvency II.
Avoid reputation risks and fines managing your data protection compliance initiatives. Meet data privacy regulations (such as GDPR, CCPA) and automatically produce documents required by the regulator. Take it one step further and prevent violations by using architecture to contextualize risk and break silos across people, process, and technology.