Enzweiler’s Sage Advice on Using; Targets Systems, ERP Systems, and State-of-the-Art Financial Systems

Al Enzweiler can use Enzweiler’s Lessons Learned accumulated as a Senior System Architect for Enzweiler and Deloitte to offer sage advice on how;

  • Members of clients’ Architecture Teams have collaborated to start the Architect phase using their organization chart(s) and Income Statement(s) to architect Targets System(s) and State-of-the-Art Financial System(s)
  • Managers on client’s organization charts are consistently making their contributions to hitting top line targets on Income Statements using; analytics, models, dashboards, synchronized databases, and databases as Integral Parts of Targets Systems
  • Financial business units on clients’ organization charts are publishing preliminary financial statements one day after closing using an ERP System as an Integral Part of State-of-the-Art Financial Systems
  • Business units on client’s organization charts are incurring expenses realizing productivity gains and/or maintaining databases using; digital advertising systems, digital marketing systems, CRM Systems, Human Capital Management Systems, ERP Systems, and other systems architected by IT suppliers to be sold to and used by their customers

And how members of client’s Architecture Teams been collaborating since 1986 to complete the current version of Enzweiler’s Architecture Team Methodology by monitoring as managers on their organization charts executed plans to go-live within small budgets using; Targets Systems, ERP Systems, State-of-the-Art Financial Systems, and other systems over a very long duration Continual Improvement phase.

Members of the Next Client’s Architecture Team

Al Enzweiler is one of Enzweiler’s Senior System Architects. He is proposed to collaborate with manager(s) on organization chart(s) as members of the next client’s Architecture Team.

Next Client’s Architecture Team’s Responsibilities

Members of the next client’s Architecture Team are responsible for collaborating to complete;

  • Initial Investigation phase in less than an hour and before the next client incurs consulting fees
  • Architect phase over a very short duration and before the 1st progress payment for a comparatively small, fixed price consulting fee is made
  • Demonstrate phase over a short duration and before the 2nd progress payment for a comparatively small, fixed price consulting fee is made
  • Evaluate and Plan phases over very short durations and before the 3rd and final progress payments for a comparatively small, fixed price consulting fee are made

Of an improved 2024 version of Enzweiler’s Architecture Team Methodology, as proposed on Enzweiler’s A-Team Methodology.

Monitor As The Next Client’s Architecture Team’s Plans Are Executed, If Requested

At the completion of the Plan phase – members of the next client’s Architecture Team will decide if the services of one of Enzweiler’s Senior System Architects are required to monitor as managers on their organization chart(s) execute plans to go-live within small budgets using; Targets System(s), ERP System, State-of-the-Art Financial System(s), and as required other systems over a very long duration Continual Improvement phase.

Schedule an Initial Investigation

Initial member(s) of the next client’s Architecture Team can read Enzweiler’s Sage Advice and then decide if it is in their enterprise’s best interest to Schedule an Initial Investigation with one of Enzweiler’s Senior System Architects.

Quote on a Comparatively Small, Fixed Price Consulting Fee

If requested at the completion of an Initial Investigation, one of Enzweiler’s Senior System Architects will quote a comparatively small, fixed price consulting fee to collaborate as one member of the next client’s Architecture Team.

Validate Enzweiler’s Fee Is Comparatively Small

It can be validated that Enzweiler’s fee is comparatively small by reading other proposals to get sage advice from one of the firm’s Senior System Architects during collaborations to complete an Initial Investigation phase in less than an hour and before the next client incurs consulting fees.