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Your ‘Digital Architecture’ is the overall structure and design of your IT systems and infrastructure, and how it works cohesively to support your business objectives.

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Rivor Advisory Digital Architecture Diagram

Aligning technology with your strategic goals

The primary goal of Digital Architecture is to seamlessly align an organisation’s IT assets in support of its business objectives. Misalignment may lead to inefficient resource use and technology initiatives that don’t support the business’s strategic direction. Additionally, a lack of scalability or adaptability can render the architecture obsolete, requiring costly modifications. Developing and maintaining an effective Digital Architecture is vital for optimising investments, enhancing operational efficiency, and staying competitive in a rapidly evolving technological landscape.

Rivor helps organisations take a proactive and strategic approach to technology planning, implementation, and management to ensure that the technology architecture aligns with the overall strategic goals of the organisation.

  • This includes servers, computers, storage devices, and other physical equipment that form the foundation of the technology architecture.

  • This comprises the operating systems, applications, databases, and other software solutions that enable various business processes and functions.

  • The communication infrastructure, such as local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and internet connectivity, is crucial for facilitating data transfer and communication between different parts of the organisation.

  • This involves the organisation’s strategy for storing, managing, and accessing data. It includes databases, data warehouses, and other storage solutions.

  • Digital Architecture must incorporate security measures to protect the organisation’s data and systems from unauthorised access, breaches, and other security threats.

  • The architecture should facilitate the integration of different systems and applications to ensure seamless communication and data flow across the organisation.

  • The architecture should be designed to scale with the organisation’s growth and be flexible enough to adapt to changes in technology and business requirements.

  • Adherence to industry standards and protocols ensures compatibility and interoperability between different components of the digital architecture.

  • The design of user interfaces, including both internal and external interfaces, is an important consideration to ensure that technology is user-friendly and supports efficient workflows.

  • Establishing governance policies and frameworks helps in managing and controlling the digital architecture, ensuring alignment with business goals, and maintaining compliance with regulations.

Rivor Advisory Digital Architecture Capability Statement

Download our Digital Architecture Capability Statement.

Our Credentials

Project Snapshots

Practice Administration System

Law Firm

Provided expert assistance in defining practice administration system requirements and expedited a swift system selection process. The project yielded a comprehensive business case, recommending the preferred vendor based on a detailed evaluation, ensuring optimal alignment with the organisation's needs and goals. 

Management Information System


Provided expert guidance in defining information requirements to support management's daily decision-making activities, facilitating the selection of an appropriate system. This strategic support ensures streamlined data access, empowering management with timely and relevant insights for effective decision-making across the organisation.

Demerger of Technology


Facilitated demerger of a business unit post its overseas sale. Scoped and articulated decommissioning process from core ERP system, defined necessary data extracts, and managed change. Engaged senior stakeholders, business users, and ICT teams for support and seamless transition.

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