Enterprise Architecture Services We Offer

Architectural Strategy and Evaluation

Architectural Strategy and Evaluation

We offer enterprise architecture services to define your enterprise vision and strategy: our team will create a roadmap for your organization to grow to the highest enterprise performance level.

Software Engineering and Implementation

Software Engineering and Implementation

We implement new technologies, approaches, models, and capabilities to optimize your business goals and automate legacy systems migration to help you achieve a competitive advantage.

Agile and DevOps Transformation

Agile and DevOps Transformation

As a trusted enterprise architecture consulting partner, we help you shape and implement the right DevOps and Agile strategy that minimizes operational costs and increases delivery speed.

Benefits of Enterprise Architecture


Access to Innovation

With the right IT service architecture, you get a flexible and scalable ability to easily change and transform due to the rational and seamless introduction of new technologies and concepts into your business model: it can be blockchain, AI, IoT, etc.


Process Optimization

EA ensures the standardization of business processes and structures and the creation of sustainable operating models: this contributes to the optimization of the decision-making process and the elimination of redundant processes.


Finance Minimization

Optimization of processes and infrastructure frees up a large number of IT specialists to work on more relevant tasks, significantly reduces risks and duplication of services, eliminates processes that do not bring benefits, and results in cost savings.

Technologies We Use in Enterprise Architecture

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How We Work on Enterprise Architecture

At Mangosoft, we build value-adding solutions for many verticals and business domains to successfully implement digital ideas, maximize the value of software investments, and address critical business needs. Each time we go through the entire working process that produces valuable results for our clients.

EA Planning & Strategy

We analyze your business goals and requirements, review the weaknesses of your enterprise architecture, consider the best areas for implementing automation, and form a roadmap for improving.

Standardization & Optimization

We are engaged in centralization and standardization of common infrastructure technologies: this helps increase the productivity of the workflow and reduces the need for maintenance of the technology side.

Modeling & Maintenance

After adapting the infrastructure, we develop interfaces and data platforms supporting standardized processes open to innovation. We also form a seamless connection between modules due to the unification of interfaces.

Frequently Asked Questions
What types of IT architectural services do you provide?
Enterprise architecture is the structural arrangement of a project, department, or company. This structure may contain various components: technological, informational, applied, business, and organizational.

Mangosoft has been providing high-quality enterprise architecture services for over 10 years. Our customer-centric approach, technological expertise, and innovative methodologies give us a unique opportunity to add value to our customers.

We offer enterprise architecture consulting, software development, and agile transformation services.
What are the goals of enterprise architecture?
The main goal of enterprise architecture is to create a detailed roadmap describing all processes, operating principles, and assets. Such a roadmap allows for determining the extent and effectiveness of how business, data, and technology interact with each other, and serves as a tool for identifying ways to develop an enterprise.

Some enterprise architects may focus on developing specific areas of the enterprise. Those focused on information and data may appreciate digital and physical data management, while a business-focused architect may consider business organization and standards. Enterprise architects may also focus on information technology (IT) structures within an enterprise, such as application systems, network infrastructure, software, or hardware.

More about enterprise architecture goals:

  1. Optimizing workflow. Enterprise architecture design involves evaluating the workflows of an enterprise to see how different departments work independently or together to fulfill their responsibilities. Analyzing these workflows helps determine which areas can benefit from a redesign to optimize performance. These workflows also refer to the technologies, networks, and equipment that departments use and how they can be improved.
  2. Coordinating collaboration between departments. All departments and employees are an essential part of building a business structure, and how well they work together can affect overall productivity. To create more efficient processes, collaboration capabilities can help speed up work by delegating tasks within or across departments. This allows colleagues to network and collaborate.
  3. Structuring and redesigning the enterprise. By evaluating an enterprise's current business strategies, data assets, operating systems, and technologies, an enterprise architect can determine a company's strengths. They can re-architect a company by highlighting strengths and minimizing weaknesses. It is also important to analyze which components of the structure are necessary for the functioning of the company. Assessing the strengths of these important areas can help determine which departments need further development.
  4. Customizing decision strategies. After conducting the analysis, the enterprise architect develops plans and makes decisions that adapt the architecture to the needs of the enterprise. The architect may consult with business leaders, shareholders, and other employees at various levels to understand what strategies can satisfy all stakeholders. Since most businesses have unique needs and functions, the architect must use innovative methods to creatively meet these requirements.
  5. Strengthening IT security. When evaluating the technological equipment and software that an enterprise uses, architects consider its safety. Given the amount of sensitive information and data transmitted through network servers and other processing systems, it is important to maintain the integrity of this information. The enhanced security of the technology ensures that no data is lost or leaked.
What experience do you have with enterprise architecture?
When working with enterprise architecture, we always apply our best practices in analyzing, evaluating, planning, and implementing modern analytics in the enterprise.

There are several key methodologies and models of enterprise architecture. Typically, enterprise architectures are implemented as frameworks. We select frameworks depending on the characteristics of each enterprise. For example, for large organizations, we choose the Unified Architecture Framework (UAF): it is very flexible and focuses on consistency and interconnection between different parts of an enterprise with a large number of processes.

There are other frameworks that we use:

  1. Agile enterprise architecture. This framework is part of Agile Software Delivery and focuses on a flexible set of frameworks and scalable processes.
  2. The Zachman Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework. This framework covers six architectural points as well as six key stakeholders that help define and standardize the components of an IT architecture.
  3. Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF). This framework was developed for the US government, but is also used in other companies and organizations to form an optimal approach for integrating strategic and technological management as part of productivity improvement.
  4. Generalized Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology (GERAM). This framework includes the use of models and data visualizations to represent the architecture of an enterprise. These models allow the real analysis of the company's structure by manipulating individual data points and evaluating the results of potential structural changes.
  5. The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF). This framework is one of the most widely used architectural methodologies. It evaluates all aspects of an enterprise, from IT and technology infrastructure to business strategies. TOGAF establishes a standardized set of terminology and classification for enterprise architecture component and coordination methodologies.
There are also other frameworks: The Open Group Architecture Framework, the SAP Enterprise Architecture Framework, the European Space Agency Architecture Framework, the Ministry of Defense Architecture Framework, etc.
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