architecture strategy


LogiFusion Consulting Strategy and Architecture strategy services use proven methods to implement shared service strategies and develop designs and roadmaps for a more cost-effective and agile future-state architecture.


To support ever-changing business needs, IT organizations require clear strategies, agile architectures, and efficient service delivery mechanisms. At the same time, continual cost scrutiny makes it difficult to maintain a balance between efficiency and innovation.

Shared service delivery models, application portfolio rationalization and integration strategies, and service-oriented architecture models address these problems. But these large-scale initiatives introduce considerable risk.

Our Approach

LogiFusion Consulting Strategy and Architecture services help you manage risk. Our approach includes:

• Shared services to define strategies and implement programs to consolidate IT service delivery processes and technology.

• Architecture program services to define architecture processes, frameworks, and organization and governance models. TOGAF and ITIL are used to enable organizations to effectively address critical business needs by:


  • Ensuring that everyone speaks the same language
  • Avoiding lock-in to proprietary solutions by standardizing open methods for Enterprise Architecture
  • Saving time and money, and utilizing resources more effectively
  • Achieving demonstrable ROI

• Architecture assessment to identify opportunities for improvement. Create persuasive business rationales for change.

• Target state development to define new architectures to support consolidation, new product/service rollout, or customer experience improvement initiatives.

• Strategic roadmaps to prioritize initiatives and develop business rationale, ROI models, and high-level program plan.

Measurable Outcomes

Strategy and Architecture services balance IT efficiency and business innovation. We can help:

• Provide a framework for improved IT architecture decision-making.

• Reduce overall IT delivery and maintenance costs.

• Enable more rapid introduction of new business capabilities.

• Support higher levels of customer service.