Enterprise architecture strategies

Enterprise architecture strategies allow us to define the vision of the IT target state and to ensure proper alignment between IT and the rest of the organization. IT projects are defined with consideration to the contribution they make in reaching the IT target state.

  1. Improve the student experience by implementing a new SIS ecosystem
  2. Answer the “digital natives” expectations by developing a mobile user experience
  3. Capitalize on individual-centric relationship management by leveraging CRM Talisma functionality
  4. Streamline processes and optimize resources by adopting an ”end-to-end” approach
  5. Strengthen our competitive edge by defining a blended learning framework
  6. Enrich the student learning experience by leveraging out of the classroom complementary technologies
  7. Build an efficient researcher-centric environment by implementing top-notch research systems
  8. Support student growth objectives by automating graduate and international admission processes
  9. Reinforce decision-making by creating business intelligence (BI) capabilities
  10. Consolidate reliable data by implementing master data management (MDM)
  11. Facilitate IT evolution by implementing an integration layer based on services
  12. Empower the University community with self-service capabilities by adopting portal technologies
  13. Optimize investments byleveraging the data centre and network capacity
  14. Manage information life-cycle requirements by increasing institutional document management
  15. Minimize IT risks by creating an IT security program
  16. Maximize uOttawa’s IT portfolio by creating a federated IT governance framework
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