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    • Pivotal Architecture Group
      Exercise 10
      Don Brancato Neeraj Gupta Joshua McDonald Mark Bowne Michael Miller
    • Conceptual View: SOW
    • Critical Business Problems Defined
      Routing inefficiencies observable
      High cost per mile for aircraft and trucking fleet
      Low sales in geographic areas
      Timeliness not apparent
      New package tracking system high Internet reliance – some geographies poor comm
      High equipment cost/maintenance in certain areas
      Unprofitable Routes are not easily identified
      Real-time reporting for ‘best routes’ absent
    • Proposed Business Solution: Package Routing
      Continually reports current state of regional through global delivery
      Defines corps target: efficient, profitable global delivery
    • Enterprise Architecture Proposed Scope
      Phase 1 ($3.5MM – 5MM)
      Identify key profitable global delivery routes
      Rationalize non-profitable routes
      Phase 2 ($6MM – 10MM)
      Implement global delivery routes
    • Major Constraints
      Budget
      Timeframe to merger completion
      Resource Availability
      Technical Resources
      Transportation Stock (aircraft, trucks)
    • Stakeholders Involved
      Global Business Operations
      Transportation Management
      Marketing
      Sales and Distribution
      CxO
    • Operational State ‘To Be’
      Real-time route reporting in 6/12-months
      Opex savings estimated at 15% year 1-3
      Capex savings estimated at 8% annually after 2-years
      Competitive market increases to 5-10%
      Global delivery solution, compared to previous regional paradigm