Empowering employees and retaining customers by providing modern digital tools and experiences that take the users’ needs directly into account has never been more important.
Enterprise Architecture Modernization ensures the core foundation of your technology ecosystem is designed and built to empower employees and enable great experiences. This requires a new way of thinking about foundational IT.
In our new Microcast, GM and Executive VP of Digital, Al Sporer speaks with Digital Transformation SVP, Steve Tranchida and Sr Enterprise Architect, David Lavin on the topic of trends in Modern Enterprise Architecture. The episode defines what makes up a modern enterprise architecture and explains how trends toward agility and real-time data necessitate a new microservices approach that lets organizations adapt easily to achieve business goals.
Further, the episode describes how event-driven architecture helps organizations adapt to the changing business landscape by leveraging a business-centric view of enterprise events that enables the orchestration (and re-orchestration) of microservices.
Additionally, the episode covers:
Increase your agility and velocity by releasing software more quickly, continuously, and incrementally through the independent deployment of smaller components.
In the face of the Coronavirus pandemic, your organization needs to ensure it’s prepared to handle the remote-workforce surge needed to keep your business running and employees safe. To accelerate the scaling of your Remote Workforce, please click here to schedule a call with one of our consultants now.
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