Bridging the Gap Between People, Process and Technology
At Harvard Partners, our architectural services provide your IT team with the foundation needed to
move business goals forward without “reinventing the wheel” every time a new solution or vendor
is selected. A well-designed technical architecture enables a shorter time-to-market with higher
predictability, repeatability, and dependability.
What Our Clients Say
“Harvard Partners designed and oversaw the execution of a solution that created consistency for the IT team and united the different arms of our business completely. What was once an uncoordinated and uncertain process became reliable, repeatable, and understandable. Our whole team had such a positive experience, and I would not hesitate to partner with them again.”
Our Architects work together with your staff creating a connection across your people, processes, and technology so technical strategies and execution plans deliver expected outcomes. Solutions architects analyze system requirements for adherence to security, risk, compliance, and corporate policies and ensure recommended solutions fit existing frameworks. We don’t just enable technologies; we leverage them as a cornerstone in aligning processes to your organizational objectives.
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What types of architectural services do you provide?
Maintain system and infrastructure currency roadmaps, oversee architectural principles, process, and governance mechanisms, as well as developing and documenting technology standards and architectural patterns.
Align strategic objectives with tactical demands, interface with business and technical stakeholders, formalize architectural patterns, and synchronize technical workstreams.
Implement solutions in-line with organizational principles, create technical documentation and operational artifacts, and interface with the organization’s engineering team.
Ensure effective communication of business needs to technical stakeholders, brokers business, and technical domains of projects, as well as documenting process workflows, and current/target state views. Testing against business requirements confirms our recommendations contribute to business goals.
What do you mean by a “business-first” approach?
Is our internal team responsible for overseeing architecture across all projects?
Our current systems are fragmented, are you able to centralize them without disruption?
How can we communicate this so that our non-technical staff and stakeholders understand how this aligns with our business drivers?
Looking for More Information on Business-Driven Architecture?
Our job is to create the framework for impactful, efficient IT so your people, process, and technology can become more predictable and dependable. We’ll be more than happy to work with your organization to improve your project delivery and IT architecture process.