System Engineering

Design, integrate and manage complex systems over life cycles. Ensure that all likely aspects of your project are considered and integrated so they work in complete synergy.

NASA sums up our beliefs on the subject when it defines System Engineering as “a methodical, multidisciplinary approach for the design, realization, technical management, operations, and retirement of a system”. The value of any system is chiefly dependent on the relationship among its parts and System Architecture is a way of looking at the “big picture” when making technical decisions. Research shows effective use of Systems Engineering can save 10-20% of the project budget.

Our Enterprise Architects support a range of open industry standards for designing and modelling software and business systems.

Model Based System Engineering

We develop models that support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and all the way through to the later phases of their life cycle.

We specialise in System Markup Language (SysML) based models which are system relationship models and are useful for showing relationships among system functions, requirements, developers, and users.

These models support 3 aspects of systems engineering,

#01 System Functional Flows

#02 System Requirements Traceability

#03 System & Organizational Process Flows

Architectural Approaches

bulletpoints Enterprise

bulletpoints Service-oriented

bulletpoints Solution-oriented

bulletpoints Product-line

bulletpoints IT System


bulletpoints Requirements management

bulletpoints Business modelling and analysis

bulletpoints Simulation

bulletpoints System development

bulletpoints Test management

bulletpoints Project management

bulletpoints Integration with other tools


bulletpoints Align business and IT objectives and resources.

bulletpoints Efficient decision-making through established principles, models, standards, and processes.

bulletpoints Improve communication, prioritization, and governance of initiatives.

bulletpoints Increase time-to-market by reducing lead time for installing and testing technology (have the technology ready before it is needed)

bulletpoints Simplify integration problems through compliance with architecture.

bulletpoints Reduce costs by retiring duplicative or outdated assets.

bulletpoints Provide a foundation for skills development.