Enterprise Architecture Center

Enterprise architecture governance, enterprise architecture change management and enterprise architecture framework are three core areas of establishing an enterprise architecture practice at your organization. Creating an enterprise architecture center of excellence (COE) at your organization is one of the best way to kick-start the enterprise architecture practice. The Enterprise Architecture COE should be charter to help not only to develop enterprise architecture strategy at your organization, but also to build enterprise architecture awareness, evangelize enterprise architecture, bring architecture best practices, […]

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Master Data Management

“Master Data Management (MDM) is the collection of policies, processes, framework and tools to enable the management of the master data in an organization. MDM is not a technology, rather it is the processes and governance around how you manage your data life cycle through acquisition, data quality and enrichment, sharing, storing, securing, synchronizing, archiving and disposing your master data. Tools and technologies will help you enable and automate these processes. In order to have MDM success, your entire organization […]

Enterprise Architecture Program and Practice

Enterprise Architecture has earned enough awareness and strength these days that it has become a strategic and most critical part of any major business or technology transformation and modernization programs. However, there are still questions and confusion about an Enterprise Architecture program, its practice at an organization and the organization structure, how to start enterprise architecture and where does it fits in overall business strategy and how it will all play out. These questions if not answered early can lead […]

Starting Enterprise Architecture Program

Enterprise Architecture Program continued… Once you have chosen a business area where you can start with, you could potentially conduct application portfolio analysis on that particular business domain. Within this portfolio analysis, you should be able to identify and collect application characteristics such as Owners What operating business functions and processes does it support? Physical characteristics such as O/S, version, software Operating matrix such as cost, license, help tickets Shared service characteristics such as integrations, dependencies At the end of […]

Enterprise Information Management

Enterprise information management is the process of managing organization assets of information, optimally and efficiently to support the quality, accuracy and timely availability of data for executive and strategic business decision making process. Data is the most valuable asset of your organization. Data plays the critical part of all business decision. Without accurate and useful data, your decision can take wrong turns. Being able to access timely and accurate data has become daily mantra for every business leaders. During the […]