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Information Technology Services

Application, Architecture, and Integration Services

information technology services

Application, Architecture, and Integration Services provides a wide portfolio of services to all members of the Boston College community by developing, supporting, and delivering state of the art applications and infrastructure to support and further the mission and vision of Boston College.

TEAMS

  • Application Services
  • Middleware Services
  • Architecture Services
  • Decision Support
    • Applications and Business Intelligence
    • Data Architecture and Integration Services
    • Database Administration

John Berardi, Director
john.berardi@bc.edu
(617) 552-1793

SCOPE

  • Application ServicesDesigns, integrates, and implements a variety of computer applications in a complex environment using various development tools and platforms. Focuses on the main ERP application portfolio, which is made up of the Advancement, Facilities Management, Finance, Human Resources, and additional functionality in document management, job scheduling, reporting, and workflow.
  • Middleware Services Supports application infrastructure layer components and services; a critical part of the underlying architecture used by most University systems and applications. Builds and integrates new systems and ensures existing systems continue to run smoothly.
  • Architecture Services – Advances the Application Architecture Environment to position Information Technology Services as a provider of an infrastructure and framework on which quality, reliable applications can be developed. Defines the standard set of tools, technologies, and frameworks used for application development.
  • Decision Support
    • Applications and Business Intelligence – this team supports the BC Data Warehouse, enterprise reporting, departmental applications, and enterprise tools
      that focus on information delivery.
    • Data Architecture and Integration Services delivers and designs data repositories, transports, and transformation techniques required of a decentralized application infrastructure.
    • Database Administration – Provides administration, maintenance, and monitoring of the database instances used by enterprise applications and departments in support of their business operation.