IT Architecture and Infrastructure Management Services tend to be complex and encompass the design of overall information delivery including the hardware, software and external services which make up a functional system.

There are a series of principles, guidelines or rules used by businesses to direct the process of acquiring, building, modifying and interfacing IT resources throughout a business.

An Entrepreneur could benefit from investing in the services of an IT Architect regardless of the size of the business size

Once an assessment of the business has been carried out, appropriate recommendations will be presented to suit the business needs of the company.


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An Enterprise Architect is less computer science oriented; their focus is to ensure that IT works for a business. They often have a technical background but do not fall in the same category as IT support. Instead, these employees will work at making an IT system fit your business goals.


A Software Architect is exceptionally technical and is less concerned with the day-to-day running of a business. They code and assist with cost-effective software solutions. They act as a relay between the software development team and the business, acting as leaders to ensure business needs are met.


An Infrastructure Architect ensures that a business runs smoothly. They create solutions to handle current system demands, manage the backend and business-related mobile apps, while also handling data security for sensitive data.


System Design and Planning

Defines the structure, components and interactions between various elements, ensuring that the system is scalable, reliable and aligned with business goals.

Security and Risk Management

Enables better identification and management of potential security risks and vulnerabilities, enhancing the overall cyber security posture.

Change Management

Understanding the architecture helps to assess the impact of changes on the overall system and ensures smooth transitions.

Troubleshooting and Problem Solving

Pinpoint the root cause of issues more efficiently and trace the flow of data.

Integration and Inter-operability

The integration of different applications and technologies ensures effective communicate and sharing data.

Resource Optimisation

The identification of redundant or inefficient components assists to optimise resources, reducing costs and improving overall performance.


  • System Design and Planning
  • Technology Evaluation and Selection
  • Integration and Inter-operability
  • Standards and Guidelines
  • Risk Assessment and Mitigation
  • Collaboration and Communication
  • Technology Roadmap and Evolution
  • Governance and Compliance


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