Automation for business means more than buying computers and software. In the view of FiiT, the opportunities for using automation to work smarter
and more efficiently have to get clear first. The overall package of measures and investments that make your organization more efficient and - last but not least - operate according to laws and regulations.
Where automation has benefits, computers and software programs are being used. Not earlier.
Too often companies start with the purchase of material, then expand or change as needs arise during the use.
This creates untenable situations in which problems can't be resolved quickly, the "rebuilding" never will be completed (you continue to renovate), and automation will become very expensive, with
costs only to increase.
To gain insight and make business automation a sound investment, an Enterprise architecture design is used.
Enterprise architecture is also the tool to control the package of measures and related investments in automation and ensures that management will be kept accountable.
To shape automation an IT architecture is created. The creation of an IT architecture can be compared with
designing a house. First an architect makes a design, taking into account the needs and desires of future residents. Then the frame is made and only then the
contractor will start to work. The chance that you buy the right materials before the time the architect delivers an approved design is as small as the purchase of computers and software
before you have a clear view what you can achieve on a business level with what you have purchased already.
architecture has more 10 year experience with automation in a responsible and efficient way.