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Bowes Consulting are fortunate to be able to draw on a wide talent pool and, therefore, able to offer a variety of services, administered to the highest standards of professionalism. We specialise in Business Transformation Consultancy, which takes many forms and covers various aspects of your business. Our primary focus within this bracket is Enterprise Architecture, which is detailed below. This can range from the management of individual projects to total business restructuring. Consultants based in the UK and internationally can meet you and work with you, to make those vital changes and maximise your business' potential. Below you'll find information on each our services and how they can help you. If you have questions, don't hesitate to make contact.



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Our Services

Enterprise Architecture 

Business Consultancy 

Portfolio, Programme and Project Management 



How We Work

Enterprise Architecture 

Firstly, let's define the service. In essence, Enterprise Architecture involves optimising, across the enterprise, the often-fragmented legacy of processes (both manual and automated) into an integrated environment. This environment is responsive to change and supportive of the delivery of the business strategy. The effective management and exploitation of information and Digital Transformation are key factors to business success, and indispensable means to achieving competitive advantage. An Enterprise Architecture addresses this need, by providing a strategic context for the evolution and reach of digital capability in response to the constantly changing needs of the business environment.

Finding Balance 

Furthermore, a good Enterprise Architecture enables you to achieve the right balance between Business Transformation and continuous operational efficiency. It allows individual business units to innovate safely in their pursuit of evolving business goals and competitive advantage. At the same time, the Enterprise Architecture enables the needs of the organisation to be met with an integrated strategy, which permits the closest possible synergies across the enterprise and beyond.


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An effective Enterprise Architecture can bring important benefits to the organisation. Potential benefits of an Enterprise Architecture include:


Enterprise Architecture enables far more effective strategic decision-making by C-level executives and business leaders alike:

  • Quick response to change and support for enterprise agility aligned with the organisation strategy.
  • Organisational transformation, adopting new trends in business and technology.
  • Organisational change to support Digital Transformation.
  • Organisational and operating model changes to improve efficiency and effectiveness.

Business Operations 

Improve your business operations, boosting their efficacy and efficiency:

  • Lower business operation costs
  • More agile organisation
  • Business capabilities shared across the organisation
  • Lower change management costs
  • More flexible workforce
  • Improved business productivity
  • Improved organisation integration in support of mergers and acquisitions

Digital Transformation 

Enjoy more effective and efficient Digital Transformation and operations:

  • Extending effective reach of the enterprise (e.g., through digital capability)
  • Bringing all components of the enterprise into a harmonized environment
  • Lower development, deployment, operations, support, and maintenance costs
  • Improved interoperability
  • Improved system management
  • Improved ability to address critical enterprise-wide issues (e.g., security)
  • Easier upgrade and exchange of system components


Better return on existing investment, in addition to reduced risk for future investment:

  • Reduced complexity in the business and IT.
  • Maximized return on investment in existing business and IT.
  • The flexibility to make, buy, or outsource business and IT solutions.
  • Understanding how return on investment changes over time.

Enhanced Procurement 

Make procurement, across all sectors, faster, simpler and cheaper:

  • Buying decisions are simpler, because the information governing procurement is readily available in a coherent plan.
  • The procurement process is faster — maximizing procurement speed and flexibility without sacrificing architectural coherence.
  • The ability to procure heterogeneous, multi-vendor open systems.
  • The ability to secure more economic capabilities.

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Why Review and Develop Your Enterprise Architecture?

The reasons for embarking on an Enterprise Architecture review or development are varied, including:

  • Business-driven initiatives to enable business transformation; for example, to leverage digital services and products as revenue generating assets.
  • Technology-driven initiatives for efficiency and cost reduction; for example, technology consolidation initiatives, where the consolidation destination can be physical, virtual, or a combination.
  • Merger or acquisition, where the return on investment is only realised after technology efficiencies are realised.
  • Management of technical debt accrued by agile development initiatives.


In all of these situations, Enterprise Architecture review or development is needed to manage complexity when change involves multiple systems with multiple inter-dependencies. Often, key people identify areas of change required in order for new business goals to be met. Such people are commonly referred to as the "stakeholders" in the change. The role of the architect is to address their concerns by:

  • Identifying and refining the requirements of the stakeholders.
  • Developing views of the architecture that show how the concerns and requirements are going to be addressed.
  • Showing the trade-offs that are going to be made in reconciling the potentially conflicting concerns of different stakeholders.
  • Without the Enterprise Architecture, it is highly unlikely that all the concerns and requirements will be considered and met.