AyKyKa enables organizations to keep valuable enterprise knowledge alive. It provides a simple way of creating, sharing and maintaining dynamic enterprise models spanning both business and IT domains.
Like most companies, you probably spend a lot of time and money on projects and consulting engagements, analyzing relationships between strategies, processes, functions, services, IT infrastructures and risks. The results get recorded in static documents in multiple formats. The underlying relationships between objects are difficult to navigate and the models get forgotten once the buzz of the project has died down.
The problem is how to keep this valuable enterprise knowledge alive and productive.
AyKyKa is an enterprise knowledge activator that provides a simple way of capturing, sharing and maintaining dynamic enterprise models spanning both business and IT domains. It enables communities of organization members and other stakeholders to create and explore simple, consistent models that integrate strategy maps, customer journeys, process models, organization structures, IT service catalogues, IT infrastructure configurations, risk analyses and project portfolios.
Using AyKyKa to activate enterprise knowledge enables your organization members to get answers to the following types of questions:
- What operational weaknesses are currently impacting strategy execution?
- What scope of IT infrastructures underpin these core service offerings?
- Why do these business processes take so long to execute?
- Which applications support these key process steps?
- What is the impact on our business if these IT infrastructure components fail?
- What are the data security risks linked to these services?
- Simple, consistent modelling approach across all domains.
- Easy-to-use interface for exploring models dynamically.
- Community approach for maintaining models.
- Comparison of models with best practice recommendations.
- Support for integration with PPM, ITSM, ECM, CRM and ERP solutions.
- Save time and money – you don’t need to start from scratch every time someone needs to understand how some part of the company works.
- Leverage human intelligence – models help people to think better.
- Achieve better results – shared models help people to be more effective.