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Enterprise and Business Architecture

What is Enterprise Architecture?

The Enterprise Architecture is the blueprint for the optimal use of technology and digital resources for the ultimate support of the business function. 
The goal of enterprise architecture is to create a unified digital environment across the organisation, with symbiotic links to their business side.  Enterprise architecture creates a map of IT digital assets and business processes and a set of governance principles that drive an ongoing discussion about business strategy and how it can be delivered through technology. 

Top 3 benefits of deploying Enterprise Architecture

  • More strategic alignment of the organisation’s assets with its strategic goals and objectives
  • More cost effective delivery of technology solutions through promoting standardisation  
  • More responsive through reuse of existing digital assets, and the sharing of common methods for project management and software development across the organisation

What do our courses cover? 

There are a number of different suggested frameworks to develop an enterprise architecture.  Our courses focus on The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF®) which is perhaps the most widely adopted approach. We have a variety of certification and non-certification courses.

TOGAF® is a registered trademark of The Open Group.