With vendor-neutral advice, expert coaching and review, we assist private and public organizations to make coherent and well-founded decisions – and to implement these decisions in their business.

Here is an overview of our primary consulting services:

Enterprise Architecture

  • Inspiration on how to develop strategy and architecture
  • Kickstart of your enterprise architecture program
  • Identification and review of existing Enterprise Architecture initiatives
  • Review of the as-is situation and help to improve maturity
  • Definition of business case and architecture strategy
  • Development of architectural principles for your enterprise
  • How to use architecture requirements in procurement (RFI, RFP and more)

IT governance

  • Analysis of the organization’s “steering capabilities”
  • Recommendations on organizational change management
  • Assistance with organizational development

IT Architecture

  • Baselining and analysis of existing system portfolio
  • Review of technical architecture in relation to strategic business goals
  • Assessment of chosen standards and technologies with a business perspective
  • Strategic recommendations for IT development and operation processes
  • How to develop technical IT principles

IT Strategy

  • Facilitation of the IT strategy process
  • Review of existing strategic plans and initiatives
  • Assessing alignment between strategies and initiatives in the organization
  • Formulating or revising your IT strategy

Program Management

  • Identification and review of the current project portfolio
  • Consolidation and alignment of tools and methods
  • Selection and implementation of the project management model


  • Business case development and project scope definition
  • Project description (e.g. PRINCE2 Project Initiation Document)
  • Review of project governance, architecture, methods and deliverables
  • Serving as a professional steering committee member

EA Fellows work with all organizations (service providers, consulting organizations as well as end users) – everyone can get access to our professionalism and experience, but nobody can buy our opinions.