When a skyscraper is brought to reality, there is a very good estimate it spent at least five to seven years on a drawing board. Architects and Engineers had to develop a vision, and idea! The concept had requirements, goals, had to meet codes and regulations. It had to be thoroughly thought, end-to-end. Many use-case scenarios were involved and virtually demonstrated. As architecture was completed, ground broke and building begun. After approximately 2 years, it was ready for occupancy. Over 75% of the time was devoted to Architecture and Engineering.
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When a structured IT Architecture plan is in place and well maintained, all IT departments and peers can reference to an updated set of documents, understand the environment and eliminate the guesswork. The building of the Infrastructure is based on the blueprints, therefore, your multi-million dollar technology investment is referenceable from blueprints and documents.
ROI for IT Infrastructure Architecture
Infrastructure architecture development and deployment saves thousands of man-hours from performing repetetive discovery work that is documented in your LIAA TM Sitebook. Stay compliant by satisfying auditors with comprehensive infrastructure information while keeping operations running at full efficiency. Discovery work for of troubleshooting, auditing and educating others is wasteful, as critical minutes are turned into wasted income opportunities.
Layered Infrastructure Approach for Architecture (LIAA TM) is a unique, IT architectural approach aimed for organizations who need clear, precise and thorough IT blueprint, maps and documentation. Designed by IT experts, engineered by seasoned IT engineers, LIAA process-driven Sitebooks provide thorough information for technologists and managements for assured continuity, despite of staff additions or turnover.