Profile last updated on 04 October 2014

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Enterpise Architect
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Quick facts

  • Located in Melbourne (Melbourne, VIC)
  • 8 years experience
  • Available for Full Time work
  • Undergraduate in Bachelor of Engineering (B.E)
  • Permanent Resident

How I'd describe myself

An Enterprise Architect with varied experience across ERP, Mobility, Cloud and EIM solutions.

My current role involves in creating a flexible and actionable roadmap that guides the selection, deployment, operation and refresh of a company’s application and technology landscape. At a group level I work with Jemena's Enterprise Architecture review board where I represent Zinfra's interest within the SGSPAA level.

I am also actively looking into areas involving cutting edge solution offerings and advising the IT leadership team on the roadmap for refresh of current applications keeping in view of the organization’s changing dynamics.

What I can do

  • Enterprise Architecture
  • Mobility and Cloud Application Architecture
  • Enterprise Information Management
  • Strategy and Roadmap Development
  • Application Design and Architecture
  • ERP Roadmaps
  • TOGAF Framework
  • SAP Data Management through Functional Analysis
  • Data and Document Archiving
  • OpenText Solution Architecture

Education & Work Experience

  • Enterprise Data Architect

    11/2013 - 07/2014 (8 months)
  • Enterprise Architect

    07/2014 - Today (5 years, 3 months)
  • SAP Architect

    03/2011 - 10/2013 (2 years, 7 months)

What I'm looking for

I am looking for a role which involves creation and maintenance of an actionable Enterprise Architecture and IT Strategy in a mature organisation that is looking to innovate their IT capabilities to stay ahead in their market segment.

I am also looking forward to work in a team that is open in communication and has a hierarchy and a built-in decision-making system that helps it to react quickly and effectively to all situations by efficient usage of ideas.

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