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 an Enterprise Architect with 15+ years of extensive experience in the ICT industry which spans across Consulting, Product Development and Systems Integration. He is an Open Group TOGAF, Oracle Master Java EA, TMForum NGOSS, IBM SOA Solutions, IBM Cloud Solutions, IBM MobileFirst, ITIL Foundation V3, COBIT 5 and AWS certified enterprise architect. He serves as an advisory architect on Enterprise Architecture programs and continues to work as a Subject Matter Expert. He has worked on multiple architecture transformation and modernization engagements in the USA, UK, Europe, Asia Pacific and Middle East Regions that presented a phased roadmap to transformation that maximized the business value, while minimizing costs and risks. Sameer is part of IT Strategy & Transformation Practice in AtoS. Prior to AtoS he has worked in organizations like EY - IT Advisory, IBM GBS, Wipro Consulting Services, TechMahindra and Infosys Technologies and specializes in IT Strategies and Enterprise transformation engagements.
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