Get a Clear View of Your Enterprise Information Architecture

As information grows, there is more and more data. Businesses need to assemble the information in a way that is intuitive and easy to access, enabling them to fully leverage their data, which is one of their greatest assets.

Cadeon begins with a solid understanding of your business processes, applications and data assets to give you a view of exactly which information assets exist and how they relate to each other.

Business success depends on solid enterprise information architecture because this is the key element that impacts the relationship between business strategies and information capabilities such as:

Mergers and Acquisitions

minimize the friction of organizational process integration.

Strategic Decision Making

Visibility across the enterprise to make important revenue decisions requires investments in common data models and governance.

Product Innovation

Coordination of product and customer information across complex organizations is enabled by data governance and analysis of common data streams.

Business Partnering

Adherence to organizational data and technology standards can speed the partnership process if enterprise architecture is clear.

Our Take On Your Enterprise Information Architecture

A solid understanding of your business processes, applications and data assets is the first step in achieving effective enterprise change. We give you a corporate view of exactly which information assets exist and how they relate to each other.

Enable users to see connections as they are occurring between operating conditions and business performance.

Identify and act on emerging trends faster.

Recognize shifts in customer behaviour and market conditions easily.

Foster a new business language.

Manipulate and interact directly with data.

What is enterprise information architecture?

Enterprise information is the practice around processes such as:

Data Governance

Data Quality


Information Management

Source Systems And Key Systems Of Record

Maintenance Of Information Quality

This generally entails:

Laying Out Master Sources

Understanding Details Around Quality

This ensures that customers have the highest-quality information on which to base their decisions.


As information grows, there is more and more data for companies to contend with. In the past, we used to catalogue information in a way that allowed us to find anything (an example of this would be the Dewey Decimal system). Now, with the advent of digital information, businesses need a similar discipline, and tools like cognitive computing, to help assemble the information in a way that is intuitive and easy to access. This enables organizations to fully leverage their information, which is often the greatest asset that they have.

While the core of information architecture remains unchanged, there has been a significant increase in tools and techniques available to companies. These include data tools, data quality tools, and data governance processes tools. There are also many new data wrangling techniques.

Enterprise information architecture is really about the “what”:

  • What’s The Data
  • What Are The Processes Around It
  • How Does The Organization Govern Those Processes
  • What Are The Tools People Are Starting To Use

Enterprise information architecture helps to provide a clear roadmap for success. It allows organizations to understand what systems contain digital assets, where the digital assets are, and what has been identified as the master system. This enables employees to easily find what they are looking for.

It also enables organizations to get coherent information and a picture of how data is being stored across multiple clouds, and how you may want to evolve it. Finally, enterprise information architecture allows you to model and get the most out of your data.

Enterprise information architecture is not something that is employed in isolation: every solution incorporates parts of it. In fact, enterprise information architecture affects every one of Cadeon’s clients, to varying degrees. For example, most clients begin their work with us by mapping data and putting information into data virtualization in order to get information about different assets and where they are located.

Many large organizations are heavily devoted to data governance, data quality, and have dedicated enterprise information architects.

Cadeon’s senior team members have extensive experience working with data, and a robust knowledge of its applications. We understand the need for information architecture, as well as how to implement its best practices.

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