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A mature implementation of DAS Architecture in your organization can address many of these problems because it:

  • Provides a secure foundation for all of your organization’s data, reducing the business risk of data breaches and ransomware
  • Can help to develop, grow, and differentiate the organization
    • Aggregates the organization’s data into a single system of record that can be easily extended to include machine learning, AI, and other emerging technology
    • Makes it easy to fail and try again with new go-to-market ideas by reducing the time between requirement and production deployment
    • Focuses effort on generating functionality that differentiates the organization, as opposed to the generic software used to create business applications
  • Reduces IT operational costs/risks by enforcing a common set of standards and processes
    • Minimizes the mundane development tasks, allowing you to work on new technology and focus on the more advanced value-added functionality
    • Improves performance of staff and increases flexibility moving between projects, which reduces operational risks to business-critical applications and infrastructure
    • Reduces the effort and risk associated with changing business systems
    • Minimizes infrastructure requirements by provided a common platform for small independently deployable and scalable service components
    • Simplifies the organizational data model and migration of data from legacy systems or new systems introduced by mergers/acquisitions
  • Accelerates the delivery of new functionality to the business, reducing operational costs and risks
    • Provides a flexible platform for developing new user experiences and securely exposing data to Fusion IT/Citizen Developers
    • Enables a truly Agile management process to prioritize new functionality by business value
    • Simplifies the business analysis process to identify new requirements in a form that can be quickly implemented by IT
    • Reduces the need for the business to adopt “shadow IT” by providing connections to “formal IT” for low-code/no-code platforms
    • Provides a “single pane of glass” view to access organizational data and automate workflow
    • Easy to maintain and optimize business processes as needs change and new technologies emerge