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Education Services Insight -
Education Transformtion

  
Insight:   Service Catalog that addresses the needs of the University community
  

  
Establishing an Enterprise Architecture Functional capability can pay nice dividends for an Institution of Higher Learning. This has been proved at a very large University in the Middle East.

Enterprise Architecture supports the strategic goals of the institution with a Service Catalog that addresses the needs of the University community. Interconnecting layers perform mutually exclusive functions, managed & supported by IT building blocks.

The University’s vision and commitment to be architecture driven and preparation for business transformation are fully supported by its EA Practice.






The significant benefits to the University are :



  

University’s vision and commitment to be architecture driven and preparation for education transformation are fully supported by its EA Practice.

Understanding dependencies and relationships among components

Changes to business, information security, or technology is organized, documented and governed.

EA identifies the growing business need, and drive IT to always align with the business.

Architecture artifacts are of immense help during the migration of some of the business systems from on-premises to cloud.
Situational Awareness

Adaptability to new technologies and easy transition

Providing a common operating platform

Reduction in operational costs
Business impact analysis using the EA methodology removed the bottlenecks in the Infrastructure procurement and made the process smoother.

Infrastructure relationships documented in their EA Tool helped in one of the major business continuity scenarios.
Online portal as a solution to provide seamless access to resources for students, faculty, and staff. 
How to support the strategic goals of the institution with a Service Catalog that addresses the needs of the University community
How to maintain learning environments that are able to cope with increasingly diverse contents, tools and technologies.
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