Boundless growth in structured and accelerated way


Helping our clients grow their businesses in global scale, scope and reach beyond the known boundaries through technology transformations.

Boundless growth in structured and accelerated way

Helping our clients grow their businesses in global scale, scope and reach beyond the known boundaries through technology transformations.

What we mean by Technology Transformation?

Technology Transformation is not about using technology as fragmented tools or software. What it means is to have a strategic focus on making the business reach its goal with an adaptive architecture of technology. This includes, seeing technology as the truest partner in business – not only to reduce cost or firefights but to increase business competitive advantage.

How Enterprise Architecture helps?

In nutshell, it is a technology discipline that helps businesses to create and harness the power of information and communication technology that can simplify the customer experience, introduce more quickly the value-added services and leverage technology to continuously optimise and rationalise their own processes. In the world of behavioural economics where AI, Machine Learning and Big Data, Master Data Managements – all help businesses to figure out in little time, what your customers truly need for a delight helping the business gain customer loyalty, trust, and more share of their wallets. To constantly deliver the customer delight, Enterprise Architecture is a shift that your business requires today.

This shift comes with its challenges. For an organization to transform into a technology-led business, it needs a fundamental shift in its core Information & Communication Technology (ICT) capabilities.

Organisations need to take a bold step to know how enterprise architecture works and move away from investing in fragmented software or tools. For the results they desire, it is important to have anstrategic architecture for technology to develop, deploy, run, and manage digital innovations at speed and scale.

The Business Outcomes of Enterprise Architecture

How SOCH can help

The scalability and accelerated pace of growth of any business is highly dependent on technology beyond a certain point of time and maturity of the business. This practice at SOCH has helped business owners plan for their enterprise architecture to harness and invest in opportunities ahead of their time. This practice has helped clients design, develop and implement their business operating model (BOM) and technology operating model (TOM) – the synergy of which can deliver both scale and speed. If your family business is growing in new geographies, new products and/or new markets, enterprise architecture will help you unlock the untapped value of the opportunity in the short-run as well as long-run.

The need for technology in our clientele has sky-rocketed over the past four years. However, fragmented investments in technology have resulted in high investment and operating cost with low returns. Our enterprise architecture practice helps our clients avoid this pitfall through well-envisioned, structured and cohesive technology landscape and solutions.

Our practice of enterprise architecture includes:

Developing the target operating model for business, communications, and technology https://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#Developing-target

Building the enterprise architecture for efficacy and cost-controlhttps://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#building-enterprise

Transitioning from fragmented technologies to a cohesive landscape of technologies as per competitive advantage aimedhttps://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#transitioning-form

Architecting an integrated technology environment that is responsive to changehttps://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#architecting-intergrated

Developing high-level aspiration for a technology vision that delivers the competitive advantage and expected business valuehttps://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#developing-highlevel

Developing the business architecture supporting the vision for reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) https://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#developing-business

Developing the information and communications architecture for increased value capturehttps://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#developing-information

Developing the landscape of application architecture for internal and market-facing capabilities https://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#developing-landscape

Building a virtualized infrastructure that supports the information model and the augmentation as per the business growth https://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#building-virtualized

Developing an accelerated strategy evangelizing platforms as per the social media and relevant forces of PESTLE https://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#developing-accelerated

Establishing a technology governance practice for overall cost management and utilityhttps://www.soch.ooo/wp/the-practice-of-enterprise-architecture-new/#benefit-realisation

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