Identify key directions, both at a business and technical level, to crystallize your business vision
Define incremental strategy execution plans
Integrate with key Departments and Partner organizations' plans and roadmaps
Identify and remove legacy blockers for evolution and innovation
Challenge - while respecting, the company's culture.
Help refine priorities to support the business and technical strategies
Identify key process, business rule, information flow, and architecture and technical changes
Support technical solutions at every level (microservices, information, cloud migration, scale, robustness, data science...)
Preserve flexibility, agility, and open communication for continuous improvements
Leverage new technologies
Design with compliance, including privacy, as requirements.
Enterprise Architecture (EA)
Best tool to execute on and refine strategies
Identify bottlenecks and opportunities across Finance, Business, and Technology
Leverage Dara Science to optimize trade-offs
Manage up and down from C-level to delivery teams; get convergence for cohesive execution
Define target enterprise architectures
Enhance cross-division or cross-enterprise synergies
Fill the gaps and define key high-level design elements and implementation plans
Instrument for feedback loop and continuous refinement.
Define and help implement roles and scope adjustments, lean governance, and interactions changes between teams to support the business vision and strategies
Help clarify and support separation of concerns across leadership for more efficient and cohesive change management
Surface relevant coaching, training, and resource types needs.
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We offer services from phone guidance and brainstorming sessions to long-term on-site advising of one or more days a week.
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Laurence Melloul, Principal and Founder, has more than 20 years of
experience in building Internet applications.
Since she started Web
Services Boutique LLC more than 10 years ago, Laurence has been doing customer-facing
consulting in Strategy and Enterprise Architecture for large and small organizations, including investment banks and non-profits.
Prior to being an independent
consultant, Laurence was a Technical Program Manager for the .Net Framework at
Microsoft and obtained a patent
on causality of events in distributed systems (assigned to MS).
joining Microsoft, Laurence conducted research on Web service
composition and application robustness at Stanford University, and published
in the field.
Laurence was initially a developer, still codes, and is both conceptual and hands-on in her work. She is familiar with Linux and Windows environments.
Laurence Melloul holds a Bachelor's in Computer Science and Business
Administration from the University of Paris-Dauphine in France, a
Master's in Computer Science from Stanford University, and was a
Doctoral Candidate in the Ph.D. Program in Computer Science at Stanford.