Solution Development & Delivery
ASE Consulting’s Solution Development & Delivery services draw upon a wealth of experience from working in both public and private sector organisations across a wide range of industry sectors. We apply an Agile approach to software development and architectural design that allows us to take business transformation programmes from concept to realisation more rapidly with greater stakeholder involvement and customer satisfaction than more rigid waterfall approaches can achieve.
One of the first tasks in any delivery project is to establish the most cost effective way to source each component of the solution and whether to develop in-house, engage a development partner or buy an “off the shelf” component. ASE is independent and not tied to any one approach or set of preferred vendors. We can therefore use our experience to find the optimum delivery approach to suit the requirements of the business.
Our Solution Development & Delivery Services Include:
- Requirements engineering;
- Architectural design and roadmap development;
- Business process design;
- Application design and application integration;
- Information modelling, relational and NoSQL design;
- Security, performance engineering and scalability design;
- User experience and user interface design;
- Agile software development management;
- Technology infrastructure design including private and public cloud technology as well as traditional datacentre approaches; and
- Testing strategy, test planning and execution management.
ASE’s experience spans three decades, providing Solution Development & Delivery for some of the world’s largest IT enabled change programmes; from initial conception through to deployment. Strong leadership and innovation are vital, supported by outstanding skills and knowledge across business, technology and commercial perspectives.
British Airways undertook a major programme of work to replace several of their key frontline systems, which staff use to manage all aspects of their customers’ experience, along with associated aircraft functions. This was a £100m programme known as The Travel Programme, and classed as “Tier 1” within BA, meaning it was of the highest strategic importance. ASE was charged with several vital roles.
Agile and Enterprise Architecture
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