Admir Mujkic
1 min readMar 9, 2023

Thanks for your article.

Based on my experience I would like to add one more point here. A Solution Architect's job is to build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders. Stakeholders can include business leaders, IT staff, vendors, and partners. Communication and collaboration with stakeholders are key to any technology initiative's success.

The Solution Architect must understand the organization's strategic goals and identify technology solutions aligned with them. Non-technical stakeholders need to understand technical information and solutions presented in a way that illustrates their potential impact.

To make sure solutions are technically feasible and can be implemented efficiently, Solution Architects need to work closely with IT. The key to identifying opportunities for improvement is understanding the organization's existing infrastructure, processes, and systems. The Solution Architect also needs to provide IT staff with guidance and support so that solutions are implemented effectively.

The Solution Architect has to work closely with vendors and partners to make sure solutions are aligned with their capabilities. Managing relationships, understanding vendor and partner capabilities, and evaluating potential solutions are all part of the process.

In the end, the Solution Architect needs to be able to communicate effectively and collaborate effectively. Therefore, the Solution Architect makes sure technology solutions are aligned with the organization's strategic goals and are implemented efficiently, effectively, and legally.

Admir Mujkic

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