- 5D – 5 Dimensional approach to engineer solutions by creating a business value, will quickly produce the business value to customers.
- 5D – is a solution landscape, an integrated approach to the engineering of solutions together aligned with the business processes.
- 5D – A holistic process towards delivering the value to customers by eliminating the IT blind spot through FELD framework, which brings a technology enabled business transition. We focus on the alignment of the business strategy with the IT enabled business transformation strategy.
- 5D – While enabling the business with IT Strategy, in-turn, defines the future state of the business model. This transforms the current state of business to future state of business, by enabling the organizations to sustain through the transformation process.
- 5D – an integrated approach delivers IT solutions spanning from Discovery to Drive.
- 5D – Provide manage capabilities to drive the solution with a robust ticketing and monitoring solution.
- 5D – Backed by best of breed applications and industry best practices.
Architectural view of PMO
Architectural View of 5D
5D – Address the business/client needs – with an efficiently interlaced, effective application and data migration processes. ADDADIME - for Application migration / development process and 5M – for Data migration or development process.
5D – Stages of solution delivery – Discover, Define, Design, Deploy, Drive.
All these stages transform the business to an IT - enabled business organization, by creating value to the client.
Understand the system and domain. Procure all the necessary accesses to the system and understand in relation to the domain. Understand the business processes. Understanding the dependencies and work flow is of great importance. The clarity achieved at this stage is directly proportional to the quality and indirectly proportional to the effort requirement. In a data migration system, identify the source data system, target data system. In an application migration, it is application hosting details and the connectivity details.
Defining the actual requirement. Understanding the business need of the customer, along with the domain. What business want, how the business want that, are clearly documented. Define the problem the solution is aimed to solve. The potential business benefits expected out from the solution. The solution do’s and don’ts, along with features definition. Defining the functional and operational requirements. Limitations if any along with pre-conditions are defined. Every definition is done in collaboration with client. Scope is well defined. Goals defined clearly.
The architecture is established. Defines the components, their interfaces and behaviors. Displays how the system will be implemented. Interaction with existing system is captured. Test methodology is defined. Scalability and robustness is defined. Developing the free model, Conceptual Model, Business Process model, Requirement Model, LDM, PDM. Data dictionary and business rules table are defined. Standards are defined.
Creation of the artifacts from design. Artifacts evaluated against the definitions made. Environments readiness is verification. Solution and Operational documentation created. Moving the solution developed to defined production environment.
Post deployment activities are taken care. Define how to manage and monitor the jobs. Understanding the enhancements needed. Accessing logs and Debugging errors encountered.
- 5D – Enterprise Engineering, Modelling, Architecture – standards have a structured way of thinking, working, modelling, implementation and governance.
- 5D – Enable business consulting with APQC Process Framework and Benchmarking
- 5D – Achieving Transformation and Innovation through all layers, Technology Layer, Application Layer and Business Layer.
- 5D – Aligning IT to Business Value can only be achieved by avoiding dysfunction in traditional IT organizations through adoption of Automation.