Libra Enterprise Consulting

Why work with Libra?

Because we care.   About you and your success.

Most of our engagements are  built on long-term relationships with People, who hire us several times over the years and who recommend Libra to their peers.    

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When work with Libra?


Enterprise Architectures (EAs) contain all the internal and external aspects of your organization, including what you do, why you do it, how you do it, and who and what you need to do it.  They not only represent your current state but also allow you to visualize a desirable future state and communicate the rationale for change.

Over the years, we found that companies face many of these issues:  Much time spent re-discovering current state, documentation outdated soon after projects are over, structured information disconnected from diagrams, changes do not propagate through documents, Insufficient artifacts with business viewpoints, People, Process and Technology links missed, and many others.

It is rather difficulty to see the multiple relationships among components and their life cycles, and thus...

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Sometimes, organizations need technical expertise to perform the analysis of a problem, identify viable solutions, understand the costs, benefits, and risks, and select the best approach.  Often, this evolves into creating the solution domain, showing how the organization’s skills, processes, software, and information flows need to be combined to to properly address a specific problem. 

Other times, organizations need a different type of expertise, the one required to create and “sell” the business case, and more importantly, to build the consensus required for successful implementations.

And in many other occasions, organizations need external support to plan their strategy, showing the current state and putting together the roadmap required to start or to improve their capabilities....  

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There is a point in which the "great conversations" and the pretty PowerPoint(TM) decks have to be translated into real actions, which are intended to change how the organization operates.  

Implementing change, however, is difficult, expensive, and risky. Even more so when software is involved. Different pieces of business logic, integrations, data, and user interfaces have to be designed, built, tested, and deployed. 

The business needs things done fast, and most people know that "quick and dirty" usually translates over time into expensive to operate and difficult to evolve, especially as those who were in the project move to other duties or other companies.

Unfortunately, this is true irrespective of whether ...

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