Data and Integration
This year Novon is merging with Lonispace, one of Sydney’s most established Integration Consulting Companies. Novon and Lonispace have partnered closely since 2015, working together on multiple engagements.
The combined business takes the best of both business offerings in the Data and Integration space into a single team and offering to our clients.
Novon support customers to manage data and utilise information for strategic gain. Whether you have technical needs around master data management, data warehousing or data integration, or you are wrestling with data ownership, stewardship or data governance Novon have services and solutions that can help. Our delivery experience and frameworks enables us to help you focus on all the key areas that will make your data management initiative work for you.
Lonispace continually embrace a two-prong approach to technology; what’s happening in the future and how do we enable the technology that our clients have now to either, perform like the new technologies or better than their original expectations, thereby enabling our clients to capitalise on new market forces and demands.
Lonispace provides transformation integration solutions for its customers and has successfully done so since 2002. Lonispace added digital transformation platforms to our existing SOA solutions, integration and legacy application modernisation for clients in 2015.
Together Novon and Lonispace offer consulting and implementation services to their customers for any data and integration challenges they may have.
Novon has a team of Data Consultants focused on IM, BI and Analytics. These are disciplines designed to improve your businesses core operations, where we see most of these types of initiatives fail is in their ability to either clearly establish or remain aligned to improved business outcomes and their associated measurable benefits. As a value-add professional services provider, we specialise in working collaboratively with you to ensure that regardless of the stage of your initiative the decisions you make and the direction you take ultimately improves the way you do business.
In addition to full end to end capability in IM, BI and Analytics we specialise in the following areas which we believe drive your initiatives to realise significant business value:
Information Strategic Alignment
Whether establishing an IM strategy, defining your BI operating model, establishing Data Governance or implementing Analytical insights we work with you to understand your key strategic business drivers and ensure that your roadmap for delivery and prioritisation of investment aligns to the things your executive leadership has identified are required to drive your business forwards
Information Change Management
IM, BI and Analytics are facilitators of behavioural change. They improve the ways in which the personnel in your organisation operate. To maximise the effectiveness of change it’s important that you gear your people for these changes. We specialise in helping you apply the critical soft skills that will make your technology project a success
Setting your project up for success is about being able to clearly articulate the benefits of the business process improvements your initiative will facilitate. We help you establish a clear set of outcomes for your initiative, map quantifiable benefits to those outcomes and help you establish owners and metrics for reporting on those benefits. Done correctly benefits management and their realisation demonstrates to your executive and key business stakeholders the day to day business improvements generated by your initiative.
Traditional Integration – While there are still some old EAI implementations operable, SOA and ESB are the two primary, traditional integration architectures that are fully deployed in Australia. SOA is anchored in the business and is based on ser- vice containers and boundaries, while ESB is anchored in IT and is based on ser- vices and messages. Both of these technologies (SOA and ESB) require a well-orchestrated, tightly executed operating model to deliver on their promises of reuse and agility for the business. SOA does require additional governance but the gains in agility by using service containers and reuse of the service contracts will normally justify the extra effort.
The use of architectural principles and patterns is highly recommended as is agreeing on and attaining a standard maturity level to run the practice on. The Open Group would be the most widely used standards in Australia. So what can Lonispace consulting offer?
- How you align and what frameworks to use to align with business capabilities
- Recommend a reference architectures including an organisation wide information architecture and common data model
- Recommend architectural principles and standards to use when deploying the technology
- Recommend your logical and physical architecture including software and hard- ware infrastructure
- A review of an existing integration implementation and how to improve its performance for the business