We’re here to lead you through complex modernization efforts, business transformation, and implementation of the latest technological advances in business management. We have the experience to execute transformation projects from inception and planning through implementation and knowledge transfer. You can count on the Elyon Strategies team to provide unmatched expertise in these six core competencies:
Elyon brings a high-performance team with an architecture, engineering, and modeling mentality. Bringing a holistic and risk-centric view of lifecycle service delivery, our team will work from the following guiding principles to ensure that the vision and strategic drivers are realized:
Ensure that the project consists of activities and methods that clearly align with the project goals and values, and that your organization is capable of employing them.
Organize work activities in an adaptable structure to respond as the landscape and organization changes through the lifecycle of the project.
Ensure that the project will only utilize resources that the organization is capable of allocating. Furthermore, the project activities will leverage available information and artifacts.
The project will use and extend the enterprise transformation model, including applicable blueprints so that enterprise information and outputs can be consistently applied throughout the project lifecycle and beyond.
The project will coordinate activities across departments, stakeholders, roles, and perspectives, as applicable.
The project will identify value produced by the project that the organization can quantify.
We are living in wake of this side effect, an era of great enterprise debt. It is like a sea all around us. Our businesses show it, our local authorities show it, Wall Street shows it; our infrastructure paychecks, and children’s education show it.
What if Google decided that today it was going to transform itself? What if they had been so influenced by a speaking engagement by Kevin Smith of PEAF or Carl Engel of Elyon that the executives had come to the conclusion that transformation was the answer to all their worries?
With all the adamant touting on behalf of the business transformation tool commonly known as Enterprise Architecture (EA), it seems that the important word enterprise has, regrettably, been scantily defined.
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