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Engineering & Architecture

Systems engineering is an interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems. Successful systems must satisfy the needs of their customers, users and other stakeholders .

Jagasia Consulting Group’s engineering and architecture experts can help your organization develop the strategies and implement the systems that build business value and drive performance. From system replacement to a full IT transformation, our professionals bring deep knowledge and experience to your most complex IT challenges.

range of services

Cloud advisory services

A strategy and a platform for implementing and managing cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-core integration have moved from a leading practice to a competitive necessity. Our cloud advisory, implementation, and hosting services can help you rapidly and cost-effectively deploy a cloud-based platform–whether on-premises, off-premises, or a hybrid model–to align with your unique industry requirements, strategic business goals, and existing operations.

IT business management

An effective IT strategy should enable IT to operate like a business rather than a cost center. To transition from a technology-focused operation to one that runs based on a portfolio of services required by the business, a sharp focus on business-driven IT strategy, organizational capabilities, and planning and delivery processes is required-not to mention all the technologies at work behind the scenes.

IT Strategy

We work to understand your overarching business strategy at a deep level, going far beyond the C-Suite to uncover insights. We create solutions that are sharply focused while taking the full operating model into account, from people and intellectual capital to technology and processes. And when it comes time to put technology to work, we bring a demonstrated depth of knowledge to solution design, selection and implementation.

Infrastructure transformation

Executives are taking a new approach by running their technology infrastructure as if it were a standalone business. They invest in infrastructure just like they would any business—expecting it to deliver products and services with the transparency and quality that they’ve come to expect from providers.