What is Enterprise Architecture?
Organize architecture effort
- Develop requirements
- Develop principles
- Develop models
Closing the Gap
Enterprise Architecture provides an organization-wide overview of the business, ensuring the company is holistically consistent with its objectives and targets.
Easier and quicker introduction of new products or process changes and implementation of business rules.
Architectural efforts are usually created to respond or anticipate new business drivers. Each Architectural structure is personalized to the specific industry and organizations’ individual needs.
Technical risk and complexity is reduced due to standardization. This also causes the organization to be cost and time effective since tasks will consistently be in accordance to organization and governmental regulations.
- Aligning Strategic and Operational Views of Business
- Driving Technological Vision
- Transforming and Automating Operations
- Facilitating and Governing Organizational Change
- Mitigating Risk
- Overseeing Investments
- Managing the Architecture
- Integrating People, Processes, and Technology
The aim of Enterprise Architecture is to present the company in terms of its business entities, properties and relationships between the external environment and them. Professionals at Interfacing can help you and your organization implement the right Enterprise Architecture for your industry and business. Contact us more for information.