Why should you attend: Staring at a blank screen or template when you have been tasked with creating a technology solution is never fun. Where do you start? How do you know what is required? How can you create something that will influence the decision makers? Often a technology solution is reviewed with the budget in mind, and the authors often doesn't take all considerations into account when it comes to impacting the organization. How can you improve the quality of the proposal, so you quit wasting your time? How do you know what you should include so that those who make the decisions don't shoot it down, or send it over the wall for more detail?
Areas Covered in the Session:
Learn how to analyze requirements for the design from an architecture perspective
Discover how the Enterprise Architect would approach proposal construction
Examine the various components of a solid technology solution proposal
Cover the bases when reviewing impacted areas of the organization
Determine the process for mapping out the solution
Mine various ways of covering risk management for more successful proposals ·
European Commission - Press Release - Brussels, 20 December 2011 1. What are concessions? Concessions are partnerships between the public sector and mostly private companies, where the latter exclusively operate, maintain and carry out the development of infrastructure (ports, water distribution, parking garages, toll roads) or provide services of general economic interest (energy, water and waste disposal ·
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