Enterprise Architecture Management

Making tomorrow achievable.

Enterprise architecture and system evolution solutions.

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SYSTEM EVOLUTION

Requires an understanding of where you are starting and where you need to be to meet enterprise goals.
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ENTERPRISE ROADMAP

The cornerstone to transforming an organization into a future state.
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ARCHITECTURE FRAMEWORKS

The foundation for visualizing, understanding, and integrating complex systems and organizations.

System Evolution

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At a Glance

System evolution is not a simple, one dimensional path from point A to point B. It’s about being responsive and planning for multiple scenarios to ensure goals and objectives are met. If a goal cannot be reached, the system must be able to evolve to find the best solution possible within the available budget and acceptable levels of risk.

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The Exo Solution

Exostrategies utilizes our expertise and Architex™ to clearly identify the transition from As-Is to To-Be by creating an integrated collaboration environment.

Stakeholders can connect within and across organizations.

Users can manage their enterprise through role-based access.

Customers can simplify complex systems through our Enterprise of Enterprise (EoE) analysis.

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Highlights

Exostrategies supports the Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) to:

Set more realistic goals with timely enterprise architecture product releases

Communicate changes to the system and current evolution progress

Improve communication with Architex’s integrated collaboration environment

Provide more cost-effective solutions in a Contested, Degraded, and Operationally Limited (CDO) environment

Enterprise Roadmap

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At a Glance

Most organizations operate reactively when conducting organizational transformation to meet future demands.  This leads to unnecessarily reallocating resources to confront short-term problems, rather than long-term objectives.

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The Exo Solution

Exostrategies aims to minimize the overall impact of an organization’s transformation by:

Conducting what-if analyses to determine the safest and most cost-effective approach

Understanding project dependencies

Analyzing down-stream impacts that can occur with project slippage

Creating cost and resource allocation options

Identifying expenditures and priorities for capability evolution

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Highlights

Exostrategies supports the Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) to:

Identify the least amount of impact to cost and resource allocation when budget cuts occur

Determine the highest level of capability within a fixed budget

Provide capability analysis to ensure consistent service in a degraded state

Architecture Frameworks

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At a Glance

Federal contracts require compliance with Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) and the Unified Profile for DoDAF/MoDAF (UPDM), but some organizations do not meet framework standards.

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The Exo Solution

Architex enables users to:

Utilize the preferred modeling framework and approach of the Department of Defense; DoDAF

Perform EA modeling and documentation using UPDM

Facilitate seamless communication between Architects and System Engineers

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Highlights

Exostrategies supports the Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) and commercial organizations to:

Transform the organization from a static, DoDAF 2.0 architecture to a transitional UPDM 2.1 model

Develop a transitional plan for meeting future objectives for the organization and stakeholders

Leverage UPDM to describe the IT infrastructure across multiple locations

Integrate architectures into a common topology

Current Opportunities

We're looking for dedicated individuals to help us support the Space and Intelligence Communities.