An Approach to Managing Landscape Architecture

An Approach to Managing Landscape Architecture
Transformations in organizations resulting from mergers, acquisitions or the overhaul of processes often bring a radical change to the entire business landscape and, by association, the entire IT landscape. In this Article, Sameer Paradkar and Jay Kulkami, propose an application classification that enables pinpointing areas where there is need for corrective action or potential for optimization. Read their Article to learn how you can use their approach to develop and appraise solutions that will lead to a successful transformation.

Sameer Paradkar

Sameer Paradkar

Sameer is a Solution Architect with IBM GBS (Global Business Services). He is responsible for the Presales, IT Strategy and Business Case Development for Commerce Solutions. Sameer has worked with fortune 100 organizations to advise their Business and Technical leaders on roadmaps to successful technology adoption strategies. Sameer is regarded as a creative and out-of-the-box-thinker. He has an in-depth understanding of a variety of systems and is able to articulate advantages and disadvantages of each as they relate to a customer's business model. Sameer has extensive experience in the ICT industry and has worked extensively in the U.S., UK, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East regions.
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