IT Architecture and Infrastructure
The infrastructure needs to be supported in accordance with business strategies and operating activities of your company. We will help you to manage this complex relationship by thoroughly planning, designing and implementing effective architecture and infrastructure.
We will assist you in improving your IT architecture, network and telecommunications services, determining an outsourcing strategy or assessing potential services suppliers, centralizing server capacities or data procession centers.
Our scope of services covers the areas of:
- Technology architecture and infrastructure - A detailed analysis of the existing enterprise architecture and its potential allows to effectively implement key IT services within a company. As part of this service we will help you to choose and implement tools for infrastructure automation, virtualization, performance and configuration management.
- Networking – Providing support to full life cycle of global network architecture creation systems and projects and telecommunications services. Key service areas include VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) solutions,, organizing local, global and data transmission networks as well as evaluating and enhancing telecommunications systems.
- IT management - Design, reengineering and automation of business processes for IT divisions. Key services areas include: reengineering IT operating processes, developing IT strategy, designing data centers and network operating centers, implementing support centers according to ITIL methodology as well as phone centers and changes and configuration management, etc.
- IT outsourcing advisory - We provide a full range of outsourcing advisory services helping our clients to get the best value from outsourcing, including developing the most valuable proposition and the business case for outsourcing, determining service portfolios, including service levels, selection of outsourcing partners and consultations on proper partnership development. We also can create outsourcing agreements and service level agreement for each service in the portfolio, development of a balanced motivation scheme and appropriate service level management procedures incorporating them into the existing governance structure.