IS re-engineering projects – remember to include the tasks done by people!

One aspect of re-engineering challenges that is often largely overlooked. It is one of the leading causes of failure and underwhelming ROI in IS architecture projects.

The aspect in question is users’ ability to interact smoothly and routinely with the data contained in the re-engineered data flows.

What you’ll learn in this 6-page PDF guide:

  • Why should functional users be involved in re-engineering projects?
  • How can we avoid a solely technical view built by technicians for technology’s sake?
  • How does this work in practice (methods, best practises, solutions, set-up)?
  • Use cases: IS re-engineering and orchestration in a manufacturing company and in a local authority


Author :

Davy Hassenboehler

Davy Hassenboehler

Pre-sales engineer Blueway
IS re-engineering projects : ESB and BPM