Practicus’s support for BALM
When the leading Business Architect for Lloyd’s of London, Neil Williams engaged Practicus, his ambition was to resurrect an initiative that had previously struggled to get off the ground.
He wanted to get the architecture and technology community within the London Market together to help build capability, design-led thinking and enable the sharing of best practice. At a time when Lloyd’s is proposing a major new transformation strategy, Neil’s ambition to further mature the discipline of Business Architecture for the benefit of the whole London Market could not be more relevant.
This is why he chose Practicus to support his plans for BALM (Business Architecture for the London Market).