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Priority for Business converged with EA and BA Value Streams


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Converges the AQPC process framework at Level 2

The focus of this post intends to work with 2.0 and 3.0 from the business to IT and converges with Master Data and Service Management using the business process framework recently designed with 60 organizations.

The purpose should scale and size your priority and transactional systems using a lean six sigma approach to transition current pain points and areas you are likely to have as an expense that needs to be addressed for mobile and security strategies.

In doing the prescribed or using this design; you can also apply framework to ensure better recovery time objectives.  Logical Grouping for Easy Virtual Networks – IT

Carrier Transport by Recovery Time Objective

Event Driven Architecture-Staging the recovery test.

Impact and dependency service containers for IT services or Service Level Agreements

Resilience – Continuity Strategy

Converges the AQPC process framework at Level 2
A key contribution to any organizations ability to rise above the complex legacy situations to meet your suppliers and customers;
Check-Voice of the Customer
  • We can assume the cost to track bills by branch and carrier with slower than you need responses to these and lack of visibility.
Strategic Supplier
  • Leverage your suppliers to transfer cost and re-purpose your resources or eliminate expenses you outsource and pay the suppliers to support.
Connectivity
  • Every resilience plan needs to ensure carrier services have the option to transition from an outage to another set of lines.
  • In numerous scenarios the goal would use a Mega trunk for example; Fiber or Optical, in some cases a branch strategy with copper lines (analog) were used to each branch for recovery test and as the backup.

Online Cloud Carrier Services

  • Global Accounts and Federal customers may want to take advantage of the online services which puts the provider in the driver seat.
  • To prevent outages or provide your own resources the ability to test and re-route based on traffic monitoring.
  • Scaling up or down according to the traffic and worst case scenarios factored.
  • Managing your cost center accounting becomes a systemic and reliable online billing service.
    • TL9000 automation – distinguish between your various locations in a single portal online.
    • Improve service response times from 1 week to just 15 minutes on any Toll Free Re-route service
    • Improve service response times from several weeks with no guarantee and manual configuration management; to no more than 1 week (most generic services)
      • Cost to determine the carrier versus your own services or device failures; have the carrier service tested before you begin to incur an expense.

Service Management

  • How much easier can your service management strategy be?
    • Transfer your reference architecture by business function into folders in your Documentum, Sharepoint or any other knowledge store.
    • Create the reference architecture once for impact and dependency with transparency into upstream and downstream dependencies.
  • Zero Down Time
  • Zero Data Loss
    • You must retain your records in electronic form
      • If you are dependent on BI applications this option scales the size of the priority.
  • Technical delivery impacts are SOX controlled regardless of any company or any scenario;

The expense transaction capability will be evident in all containers.

Business Process (2 & 3 AQPC Framework)

  • The expense transaction capability and Revenue transaction capabilities will be evident in these containers.

Configuration Management

  • The service management layer can predict the impacts and dependencies in the use of the same framework develop your reference architecture and re-use.

Continuous Improvement

Problem Management

  • Take these scenarios or events very seriously and ensure these are prioritized and resolved at the source.

Issue Management

  • Any event must be addressed and controlled at all times.  Target as the highest value to the business; strive for an error proof delivery.

Release Management

  • Test and retest.

Change Management

  • Controlled at all times; defects are a sign of poor planning and lower standards in the quality of your process during release management.
  • Managing the service cost consistently will ensure fewer incidents caused by change management or release management.
    • Expense and Cost with no down time scales your priority services
  • Segregation of Duties for GAAP and Sarbanes Oxley
  • Market and Sell Products and Services (Expense/Revenue Transaction Capability)
  • Service Management (prevent unknown impacts caused by IT change)

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