System design is often the area of greatest risk and uncertainty. Understanding how a new or refreshed capability will integrate and function with other extant or planned capabilities requires a complete grasp of Enterprise Architecture and Systems Engineering skill, with appropriate knowledge and experience to draw upon.
The Xpertex team of experienced design consultants apply industry best practices, TOGAF or MODAF enterprise architectural knowledge, and INCOSE systems engineering and business analysis experience, plus their own extensive track records to ensure that any systems we design are fit for purpose and offer the best fit your business needs.
We invest the time to ensure that we fully understand your requirements at a business and operational levels to make sure we deliver a design that meets your objectives. We routinely work with business sponsors, stakeholders and others in the C-Suite to ensure that new capabilities can deliver against current or emergent Operating Models, providing advice about aspects that may require new focus or additional process re-engineering.
We use recognised architectural methods and templates, against which your requirements will be mapped to develop designs, and close any gaps, that will form the basis of developed, tested and deployed capabilities. With our experience in complex, multi-year projects we appreciate the need for through-life flexibility and we aim to ensure that the final deployed, live capability is right for that point in time, not for the point in the past when the project began. Working with our clients we seek to ensure that these new capabilities are scalable, robust and supportable so that their value can be practically realised and so that the business really benefits from the implementation and change.
While we partner with many leading technology vendors, we pride ourselves on being vendor agnostic, selecting products to design best of breed solutions based solely on their ability to meet your requirements.
We are also advocates of practicing what we preach and, whilst one size definitely doesn’t fit all, if we’re being evangelical about something, then we are probably using it ourselves already!