A flexible partnership approach – engage on an augmentation, fixed price, time and material or managed service basis
An experienced multi-disciplined team of architects, covering architectural disciplines from enterprise and solution through to application and technical
A technology agnostic, bespoke, client-driven approach
Understanding the strategic initiatives to which architectures should be aligned is key to ensuring implementation projects solve the right business problems.
Our team, including Jumar architects with relevant domain expertise, can work with your stakeholders to C-level to define your strategic roadmaps, supported by technology-enabled solutions to meet business goals and ROI expectations.
If your architecture does not support full compliance with internal and external directives, a remediation approach is essential.
Our architects can review your current application estate, formulate target state options and provide recommendations via a report and presentation to stakeholders.
Evidence-based procurement means new technologies implemented are right for your business.
Jumar’s architects can quantitatively assess the viability of technology options using a customised scoring matrix.
Replatforming on-premise applications in the cloud can provide organisations with a strategic, scalable, extensible environment with the opportunity to reduce operational overheads and modernise. Understanding the key considerations for such a migration is critical to ensure a smooth transition.
Jumar’s architecture services are flexible and pragmatic in order to suit your business needs. Whether your aim is to rationalise your application estate, move towards a microservices model or embark on a digital transformation project, our structured approach will help you de-risk, reduce complexity and scale your operations.
Typically, architecture engagements begin with Discovery, which confirms the business problem definition and provides solution options (including conceptual target architectures) and recommendations.
Once an option has been chosen, Solution Design follows which considers people and process, as well as technology (integration, data, infrastructure, etc.) at a more granular level.
The logical and then physical architecture are typically developed as part of an Agile development, underpinned by enterprise, solution and technical architecture assurance.