Insights Techhub International is process driven IT organisation. It follows the structured process to address solution space depending on the project requirements:
Insights Techhub International is process driven IT organisation. It follows the structured process to address solution space depending on the project requirements.
Today’s business environment is characterized by numerous challenges:
- Rapidly changing domestic and global market conditions.
- The need to understand an increasingly complex technology environment to remain competitive.
- Increasingly diverse and complex products and services.
- Shorter product cycles and faster times to market.
- Expanded and more complex alliances with business partners.
This business climate requires organizations to anticipate and proactively respond to the trends and opportunities in their respective industries and markets. To adapt to these changing conditions, organizations are:
- Streamlining business processes.
- Flattening organizational hierarchies.
- Introducing complex technologies at a rapid rate.
As the pace of change accelerates, information systems must quickly adapt and be flexible enough to support these operational changes in the business.
Consider what’s expected of the typical IT organization in this new and rapidly changing environment, ‘Insights Techub’ has devised Technology support model as follows
We have formalized our following process and methodologies to support our customer by providing a strategic context for the evolution of the IT system in response to the constantly changing needs of the business environment. It enables our customer to achieve the right balance between IT efficiency and business innovation. It allows individual business units to innovate safely in their pursuit of competitive advantage.
- Testing Methodology—Automated & Manual
- Security and Access Management framework
- 24×7 Apps Support Methodology
- Application Management Methodology
- Application Monitoring Methodology
- Application Portfolio Assessment Methodology
- Transition Methodology
- Transformation Methodology
Our Technology Stack
Programme/Project Management, Business Analysis, Systems Analysis, Performance Monitoring, Enterprise/Data Architectural design, System/Database administration, Manual and Automated Testing.
.NET Framework ( ASP.NET, WPF, WCF, WWF), Java Technologies (Core Java, Spring, Struts, Spring Boot, Java Micro Services) and Oracle Technologies based development.
SAP based modules (FI/CO-PO/AP/AR/LR), CRM, SCM – SD/MM/PP, PLM, SRM, Oracle Applications.
DATA WAREHOUSING & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Big data, Data science, Informatica, Data stage, Cognos, Business Objects, Teradata, SSRS, SAS, Humming Bird, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning/AI, Python/Java development experience related to AI application.
Oracle, Sybase, SQL Server, MySQL, MS Access, NOSQL, Data Lake.
Hadoop, HBASE, PIG, HIVE, Spago BI, Pentahao, Talend, SSRS, R Analysis, Kafka, Open TSDB, Python, Zookeeper, Ambari, Sqoop, Flume, HCatalog, Cascading, Mahout, Impala, Spark, Zookeeper.
Documentum, Filenet, Drupal.
Blue Prism, Automation Anywhere.
AUTOMATION TESTING Tool
Our Architecture Approach
Considering the following challenges, we address the problem space in a defined discovery framework with identified outcome and best practices of our organisation:
- Aligning IT and corporate goals
- Organizing and using data
- Instituting cross-functional information systems
- Using IT for competitive breakthroughs
- Integrating systems
- Capitalizing on advances in IT
- Connecting to customers or suppliers
- Updating obsolete systems
- Creating an information architecture
- Implementing business reengineering
Our Approach to Enterprise Architecture
Our Enterprise architecture is a framework composed of four architecture perspectives: business, application, information, and technology.
A key factor in achieving these goals is to establish a comprehensive, high-level Enterprise architecture. The Enterprise architecture provides the framework for an ongoing process of discovery and refinement, which is implemented in a series of projects to arrive at a desired future state for the entire organization’s IT infrastructure and application systems.
Our Business Architecture
Technology implementation can either accelerate or impede an organization’s ability to adapt to changing business conditions. We adopt proactive and value-added Business Architecture in creating a stronger framework for aligning IT strategy and day-to-day activities with the overall business strategy.
This business and technology environment drive a consistent set of key concerns in the organization.
- Deliver business value. Tightly align IT to business objectives.
- Control costs. Squeeze every ounce of leverage from existing IT investments and make the right future investments.
- Sense and respond. Improve the cross-functional capabilities of the organization and extend those capabilities outside the organization to reach customers, suppliers, and stakeholders more effectively.
Our business perspective describes how the business works. It includes:
- The enterprise’s high-level goals and objectives.
- The enterprise’s products and services.
- The functions and the cross-functional activities the organization performs embodied in business processes.
- Major organizational structures.
- The interaction of all these elements.
The business perspective includes broad business strategies along with plans for moving the organization from its current state to its future state.
Our Application Architecture
The application perspective defines the enterprise application portfolio. It includes:
- Descriptions of the automated services that support the business processes presented in the business architecture.
- Descriptions of the interaction and interdependencies (interfaces) of the organization’s application systems.
- Priorities for developing new applications and revising old applications based directly on the business architecture.
The application perspective represents the services, information, and functionality that cross organizational boundaries, linking users of different skills and functions to achieve common business objectives.
Our Information Architecture
The information perspective describes what the organization needs to know to run its business processes and operations. It includes:
- Standard data models.
- Data management policies.
- Descriptions of the patterns of information consumption and production in the organization.
The information perspective also describes how data is bound into the work flow, including structured data stores such as databases and unstructured data stores such as documents, spreadsheets, and presentations that exist throughout the organization. Often, the information most critical to an organization resides not just in database servers, but on the thousands of desktop computers that comprise the enterprise’s active working environment.
Our Technology Architecture
The technology perspective lays out the hardware and software supporting the organization. It includes:
- Desktop and server hardware
- Operating systems
- Network connectivity components
- Other necessary peripheral devices