Enterprise Architecture

As the complexity of IT in large enterprises increases, the cost of maintenance can become overwhelming, and the response time of the IT function can slow to unacceptable levels. Integrating the inevitable patchwork of systems can prove to be an enormous challenge and typically fails to deliver the material results or the added value.

We help clients address their IT architecture when there has been a trigger event such as a merger or acquisition, or when a core system needs replacing. When the time-to-market or the cost of the existing architecture is no longer sustainable, we help clients reduce annual IT costs, while building a platform for the future that can create business opportunities.

We take a top-management approach to IT architecture redesign. This means being sensitive to the needs of all users and to the overall efficiency of the network. Typically, enterprises have someone within the IT department charged with this role, but the best architects are rarely the most skilled builders or engineers. We bring our wealth of business experience and understanding to bear on the overall design of the IT architecture. We help align our clients' IT function's perspective with the boardroom perspective—often a challenge due to the latter's lack of understanding of the technical aspects of IT system design.

Our goal is to help organizations end up with better architects who understand how to move toward the blueprint that we create in conjunction with the client. We make the business benefits of change very clear and devise a series of roadmaps for how to move from the current state to the blueprint.

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Business Process Management

Business Process Management is an aggregation of operations performed by people and software systems containing the information used in the process, along with the applicable business rules.
Business Process Management (BPM) is a method of efficiently aligning an organization with the wants and needs of its customers.

It is a holistic management approach that promotes business effectiveness and efficiency, while striving for innovation, flexibility and integration with technology. As organizations strive for attainment of their objectives, BPM attempts to continuously improve processes — the process to define, measure and improve your processes — creating a ‘process optimization' process.

The activities that constitute business process management can be grouped into five categories:

  • Design
  • Modeling
  • Execution
  • Monitoring
  • Optimization

When BPM is implemented as part of service-oriented architecture, its business and IT benefits can be substantial. W3Global believes that a central benefit of service-oriented architectures is that it can help companies implement BPM strategies more effectively; giving companies the agility they need to remain competitive. W3Global has created a straightforward strategy to help clients get started with a solution based on BPM, an approach that combines these principles with service-oriented architecture—linking business and IT to accelerate value creation.

The technology experts at W3Global can design, develop and implement end-to-end BPM and Enterprise SOA technology using webMethods, Tibco and SAP Netweaver.


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Business Analytics

Business Analytics is the combination of skills, technologies, applications and processes used by organizations to gain insight in to their business based on data and statistics to drive business planning. Our Business Analytics solutions help organizations of all sizes thrive by enabling them to discover new ways to strategize, plan, optimize business operations.

Our Business Analytics involves:

  • Exploring data to find new patterns and relationships
  • Explaining why a certain result occurred
  • Experimenting to test previous decisions
  • Forecasting future results
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Business Enterprise Integration

Business Integration has been identified as a key challenge by most businesses today — both from an IT perspective as well as a business perspective. It involves integration of internal, homegrown applications, legacy systems, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and external business processes and systems. Using ESB, you can integrate heterogeneous systems and extract features, data and services from them so they can be re-used easily in Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and composite applications. W3Global has recognized this opportunity well ahead of the market, and our integration, practice and solutions are among the best in the industry.

Our expertise in the EAI space includes specialization in middleware products like webMethods, Tibco, Sterling Commerce, IBM websphere, SAP Netweaver, Oracle Fusion and Microsoft Biztalk Server. W3Global uses industry standard technologies such as J2EE, JMS, EDI, and Web Services to provide integration solutions tailor-made to your requirements. W3Global has also developed an optimized EAI Project methodology and product evaluation framework.


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Business Enterprise Solution

Enterprise solutions are designed to integrate multiple facets of a company’s business through the interchange of information from various business process areas and related databases. These solutions enable companies to retrieve and disseminate mission-critical data throughout the organization, providing managers with real-time operating information.

Enterprise Solutions provide for a scalable, easy to manage programming solution to providing business management and information accessibility for internal and external clients. Enterprise solutions deal with the problem of providing information to clients both externally and internally. It deals with programming and databases. The main problem being how to most efficiently get our data accessible to those we want to access it. The solution have the following characteristics and more:

  • Security - Should be able to be sure information is not being stolen by those we don't want to have access to it.
  • Scalability - Should be able to accommodate an increase in clients.
  • Cost - Should be easy to program.
  • Management - Should provide ability to manage the implementation including version control software and software that helps manage team effort with regard to providing the solution.
  • Portable - Should be able to accommodate changes in technology.

At W3Global, we focus on assisting customers in implementing enterprise systems at a lower cost than standard industry platforms, while maintaining high reliability, availability and scalability.


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