Architecting Services for the Enterprise
For the last several years, services have been all the rage in IT. Talking about services is a sure-fire way to signal that the IT organization is trying to be more responsive and customer-focused.The problem is that various parts of an organization often model services in entirely different ways.IT organizations can no longer afford to leverage independent processes and tools to manage their service architectures — the rate of change and the velocity of business in the digital era is just too great. To compete today, an enterprise must have a crystal clear understanding of the services it delivers to its customers — and then be able to orchestrate its entire delivery model around them. IT’s ability to create and use a shared, unified service model in every aspect of planning, delivery and management will be critical to achieving this strategic goal.
Tamás Nacsák is the Chief Enterprise Architect at Magyar Telekom.
Tamás joined Telekom in January 2014. His role is to contribute in designing future proof enterprise solutions for Magyar Telekom. Beyond involvement in local activities, he has a significant role in contributing to Deutsche Telekom initiated projects.
Tamás has 20 years of software development, consulting and enterprise architect experience in the Telco market. He gained extensive knowledge and practice in leading expert teams.
Tamás has worked for large telecom players, such as; DT operations, Vodafone, Orange, Telekom Austria Group and Netserv overseeing Mobile, Landline, ISP and TV business activities.
Tamás holds an MBA (Management and Finance) and a BSc (Informatics, and Technical Education).
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