Computer Sciences and Information Technology
The operations and effectiveness of ELEKS Software Company are based on a strategic plan that incorporates principles and concerns to the global clients. The strategic [plans are geared to ensuring to achieve an effective IT Governance plan. Equally important, the IT governance Plan guides the IT development of the ELEKS by way of setting processes, responsibilities and roles and usage of technology within the organization. Additionally, the IT governance plan dictates the administration structure, objectives, policies, support, maintenance and other vital statements within the organization. The ELEKS governance plan is the blueprint upon which the organization is run to meet its day to day goals, missions, and objectives. Furthermore, ELEKS uses its general systems and applications to foster positive leverage and organizational improvement in the interest of the IT governance plan. ELEKS operations run strategic plans, principles, concerns, general systems and application that control the IT governance plan.
ELEKS systems (GST) principles and concerns
ELEKS have adopted general systems principles and concerns that are geared towards ensuring the company attains the effective Governance plan (Dubrovsky, 2004). The general system theory addresses the structure of the system as compared to the functioning of the system. In this case, the complex system shares basic principles and concern for the purpose of attaining an effective governance plan. First, the ELEKS software adopts systems in nature and engineering principle. In this case, the company takes scientific disciplines and phenomena. Different disciplines are brought together in the course of working to eliminate overlapping and multiplication of technologies. The single set of rules or rather independent sets define a footprint of achieving the goals of the IT Governance plan. For instance, ELEKS combines various disciplines such as thermodynamics, the science of life, quantum mechanics and computation in handling various technologies. The approach ensures that the development of software is updated to the point of attaining the best solution to the global market.
Consequently, ELEKS adopts the identification of systems and cybernetics as a footprint to an IT governance plan (Shafritz, Jay and Jang, 2015). The system science aims at looking for system principles while the cybernetics replicates the success in natural science and engineering. The cybernetics makes it possible for the software company to develop machines with computation, nano-machines, telecommunications, computations, and artificial consciousness. The principles and strategies in systems and cybernetics make it possible to achieve a future breakthrough in the industry. For instance, ELEKS has been a position to develop sensors and robot solutions to clients across the globe.
Furthermore, the ELEKS uses the principle of unification principles and systems in creating an effective IT governance plan (Sharma, Stone and Ekinci, 2009). In this case, ELEKS takes the articulation of theories, interrelation of principles and the systemic behaviors of all kinds to meet the IT market demands. Adopting the unification approach in developing software creates synergy and development of software for various clients. For instance, ELEKS company have adopted modern metaphysics that entails the unification of scientific disciplines such principles of naturalistic closure, the primacy of physics constraint, and the principle of the identity of indiscernibles.
ELEKS use of general systems and application to foster organizational improvement
ELEKS Software Company uses the resources (general systems and applications) available to them to attain high levels of success in terms of a strategic IT Governance Plan (Skyttner, 2001). The general system and application are developed and created in the most efficient ways to appeal to the needs of the people. First, the general systems and applications develop ELEKS inter-relations and inter-dependencies thus enabling the organization to acquire advanced software applications to offer an effective solution to the customers. The approach adopted by the ELEKS makes it possible to design the concept of different business ideas by way of validating business concepts and giving the customers competitive products.
Consequently, ELEKS uses the general systems and application to adapt to the environmental changes in the field of IT (Skyttner, 2001). The field of IT is dynamic and in the interest of the future IT governance plan. The general system and applications are made flexible and adaptable to the changing environment. The adaptability is achieved by making decisions considering the changing micro and microenvironment. The changing needs are incorporated in the applications and general systems making it possible for the organization to offer up to date IT solution to the customers.
Moreover, the formation of applications and the general systems enhance uniformity in decision making that serves the interest of an informed IT Governance Plan (Mesarovic, Macko and Takahara, 2000). Successful IT companies are run effectively based on proper decision making that positively affects the IT Governance Plan. Effective decision making has made it possible to reduce the cost of running a business and addressing the resourcing challenges that make the company appealing to the clients. The ability to make effective decision empowers the IT Governance plan to address the needs of the clients and offers the best solutions. For instance, ELEKS effective IT governance Plan generated from proper decision making has attracted worthy clients such as Aramex, Fleming.AOD, TAIT, and Grtgaz.
More so, the ELEKS general systems and applications address multiple dimensions in the management of the company (Choy, 2015). The IT Governance Plan entails the management of a wide range of issues within the organization such as roles, responsibilities and other aspects within an organization driven towards achieving the goals and objectives. In this case, the general systems and applications adopt a wholesome strategy to address all the issues affecting the wellbeing of an organization. The multiple dimensions approach in the management is incorporated in the IT governance plan to ensure that the process of software development considers all the necessary aspect of increasing chances of successful business development.
The general system’s principles and concerns are vital aspects in the development of an effective Governance Plan. The governance plan defines the direction of an organization and further determines its productivity and effectiveness in meeting the client IT needs. The principles of the general systems that include unification, system nature and engineering and cybernetics and identification of systems are incorporated in the Governance Plan to enhance fostering of development in an organization. On the other hand, the general systems and applications adopted in IT firms are effective in ensuring that a positive future for the organization governance plan is met. ELEKS has attained growth and development by employing and incorporating the general system theory and applications in handling client software needs. ELEKS Software Company use of general system theory principles and applications to achieve great need by way of handling multiple dimensions in the management, having uniformity in the course of making day to day IT solution decisions, adapting to the technological environment changes as well as developing inter-relations and inter-dependencies in the operations within the organization. Therefore, general systems and applications are vital in developing a practical and effective IT Governance Plan.
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