Modeling Data heritage in the service of transformation and businesses
Internal customers of IT departments are expecting new services in order to exploit the data scattered throughout their company. CIOs of these companies need help to discharge the burden of maintaining legacy systems so they can free time to build their data platforms and follow strategies that will match business expectations
Umanis supports the transformation of IT departments to help them become the technological partners of their company businesses and set up innovation-driven data architectures.
The challenges of Data architecture for CIOs and businesses
Company business lines are filled with new ideas and desires, keeping an eye on the latest technologies and the capabilities they offer. They have high expectations for innovative solutions that may help them work differently and more efficiently. When their IT departments can’t meet their needs, they often turn to other technical partners on the market, such as startups. Company IT departments therefore thrive to position themselves as internal technological partners for their business lines so they may no longer be seen as cost centers within their own companies.
CIOs have sometimes fallen behind in this necessary transformation, too busy with the maintenance of legacy and strategic solutions. To lift these bottlenecks, they need to implement new data architectures that can integrate existing systems, inject new technologies and lead to new, more efficient models.
Our data architects operate to meet as well IT department and business line needs. We therefore ask the companies’ operational staffs to describe their expectations so we can provide them with technological solutions and a truly rendered service.
In addition, data architecture should provide companies with a coherent platform, which will serve as a connection point to other data expertise - including governance and regulatory compliance. Our data architects will therefore orchestrate the data upstream, starting with the solution design.
- Definition of the data architecture master plan;
- Analysis of historical models, with solutions on a case-by-case basis (update, enhance or replace completely with new solutions);
- Design the target architecture to meet business line expectations
- Modeling of existing Data assets to allow the proper use of the company's data stock;
- Deployment and implementation of the solutions designed in the master plan
Our added value
We combine the broad vision of the generalist with the targeted expertise of an expert. We can provide advice a well as design and implementation of our customers' data architecture. Our clients thus benefit from reliable support, from A to Z, throughout the implementation of the means and solutions adapted to their present and future needs.
The cross-functionality of our consulting teams and their approach capable to manage both the human and the technical aspects of projects allow us to offer highly relevant and rich support.