Avolution and OGB announce partnership
September 21, 2010
Avolution, the market leader in metrics-based analysis of architectures, and architecture services provider OGB International, today announced a professional services partnership for the BeNeLux region for Avolution's ABACUS product suite.
Mr Otto Boer, CEO of OGB International, said: "ABACUS enables us to provide our customers with the architecture service they deserve. The dynamic modelling and extensive framework support together with the various analytical functionalities, leads to, without exception, added value for our customers."
Dr Tim O'Neill, founder and principal at Avolution, said: "We are delighted to sign OGB International to our professional services partners program. OGB’s pragmatic and iterative approach, now enhanced by ABACUS, ensures that their customers are guaranteed to realise predictable benefits when analysing, evolving and governing their architectures."
ABACUS is TOGAF certified and supports over 50 frameworks, notations and techniques including recent updates for the TOGAF 9, eTOM, NGOSS and EPC frameworks.
For further details on ABACUS please contact Avolution on email@example.com or OGB International on www.architectureservices.nl.
Avolution provides the ABACUS® solution which is unique to the enterprise modelling space in that it can create multiple solution alternatives (architectures) and then run various simulations (Discrete Event, Monte Carlo etc) against each alternative for metrics such as Performance, Alignment, Cost and Availability. In so doing it can recommend the optimal path for investment, with predictive and quantitative certainty. More information is available at www.avolution.eu.
OGB International provides architecture services that support the full lifecycle of architecture. Customers are served by supporting and executing consultancy on, evolution of and governance of the architecture. The service based iterative approach is efficient and effective while it prevents overloading the customer organization and maximizes the level of control. More information is available at www.architectureservices.nl.