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Architecture Significance for Modern Enterprises – Allen Brown

Speaker: Allen Brown Enterprise Architecture is increasingly being used to support the creation of business value in enterprises engaged in all segments of the market from small, medium enterprises to multinationals, from commercial businesses to national government and from companies focused on what is under the ground to those operating high in the sky. In

Open Source is Enterprise Ready – “Moving from Time Telling to Clock Building”

by Bhagvan Kommadi Once purely academic, open source is now enterprise ready. We have begun to see many customers build enterprise-specific platforms by choosing open source components during the architectural design process. Such projects in telecom, banking, financial services and insurance have begun to demystify "the myth of reuse" by using open source components selectively. As

A Firm’s Competitive Strategy Starts with its Value Proposition Described by its Value Chain Model

By Donald Jess This value proposition and required capabilities can be identified using the Strategic Capability Networks. The capabilities must be in alignment with a consistent Enterprise Operations Model with regard to the extent of business process integration and standardization. Capabilities execution is enabled by a portfolio of underlying enabling services. The capability the enabling

Essentials of Enterprise Architecture Tools

By: Vinu Jade Enterprise Architecture involves continuous strategic modeling, mapping to business capabilities and govern and monitor. It encompasses not just Application Assessment, but involves Business Modeling, Portfolio assessment, Strategic roadmap, implementation governance and related risk analytics. Tools to meet these EA, APM and GRC are essential to an architect for continuity and best value

Capabilities Guidebook: Business Valuation

By: Board of Education Description: Business valuation of technology is the process of systematic assessment of tangible and intangible value anticipated and arising from investments in information technology. It is the capability of determining how and when to invest in particular technology directions and how to manage the overall portfolio of technology investments. Business valuation