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IT Infrastructure Architecture
An IT strategy needs to be translated effectively into a successful architecture in order to be implemented. Major building blocks of IT infrastructure architecture include systems, processes and organizational structures. Choice Solutions provides technology infrastructure architecture and design consulting services that are used to define the infrastructure required and help the organization prepare business case for investment. In addition, it defines the organizational approach that is required to manage the ongoing development and delivery of the infrastructure.



Our Knowledge and Experience

Choice Solutions has considerable experience in designing and planning of IT infrastructures to  support  a broad range of business applications and communications services. It ranges from architectures to traditional IT networks and common operating environments to workflow platforms, and e-infrastructures. Our design approach goes beyond routine documentation requirements to encompass activities where our teams’ wide experience and expertise can add further value. For example these include steps such as

·    Advising clients of available technical options and the opportunities which may arise from investment in the latest technologies.
·    Developing an integrated procurement strategy to ensure accurate, timely and cost-effective procurement of IT infrastructure systems communicating and gaining buy-in to the design by all interested parties.
·    Defining an organizational approach for system development and procurement.
·    Developing and maintaining a business case for the architecture, including the control of requirement changes with respect to costs, benefits and risks.

Complementing Client Resources

The technology infrastructure consultants at Choice Solutions can offer the entire set of business, technical, and IT management skills appropriate to each client's individual needs. This is particularly applicable where organizations no longer possess the deep levels of technical skill they once had, and hence require specialist technology infrastructure input to supplement their in-house resources.