SAMU was designed to bring common understanding about the architecture prior to and during enterprise transformation initiatives. Unique on the market, the various project teams can manage the high-level designs of the upcoming and ongoing projects in a shared knowledge base. Stakeholders benefit from live and accurate data in an easy to understand visual form.
Less and better managed, risks and costs, smoother team co-operation and increased transformation speed.
SAMU was designed to bring common understanding about the architecture prior and during enterprise transformation initiatives.
Uniquely on the market, the different project teams can manage the high-level designs of upcoming and ongoing projects in a shared knowledge base. Stakeholders benefit from live and accurate data in an easy to understand visual form.
Less, more controlled risks and costs, smoother team co-operation and increased transformation speed.
Supports mergers and acquisitions by identifying the architectures of the different organizations under the same structure. More importantly, you can use it to plan and manage the integration work.
We waited too long to start on a concerted effort to create an enterprise model of our systems and dependencies. Playing catchup takes extra effort and discipline. Having this tool earlier on would have saved us plenty in just the time it takes to property scope the impact of any architectural change to a particular system.Gene Shoykhet
Elevating post-project offline service documentation to structured service architecture planning is the greatest value to us. The details of service architectures are shared to everyone on an informative manner. Graphical overviews of complex services of Excel lists of components touched by a project, document generation – all from the same trusted source.Tamas Nacsak
SAMU has been part of our everyday life since 2006. Both the product and Atoll are highly flexible. We have virtually had no need to which a positive response was not given.Róbert Fritsch
13 October, 10AM, EST
“Friday 13th” impact analysis (aka don’t let a “runaway” change spoil your weekend)
1 November (Wednesday), 2PM, EST
Fail fast, move on: Quickly prioritise business demands based on solution complexity
7-10 November, Orlando
Building Business Capabilities