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The field of enterprise architecture has moved away from reactive one-off projects to becoming an increasingly structured field.
The enterprise architecture an organization chooses to develop can have a profound impact on the efficiency and effectiveness of its business processes and products (Butler, 2008; Cardwell, 2008; Moller et al.
in The Forrester Wave; Enterprise Architecture Management Suites, Q2 2011.
Transportation Command has successfully pioneered an approach that has effectively aligned interdependent yet disparate enterprise architectures, enabling a holistic view of end-to-end scenarios, portfolios, and organizations," he noted.
Enterprise architecture maintains a holistic view of the organisation, taking into account different issues, such as efficient use of resources and reliable delivery of services, and showing how they relate to one another.
The Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit takes place at the Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge on May 20-21 2015.
The centerpiece of BMMP is the transformational tool known as the business enterprise architecture (BEA).
Enterprise architecture must take a leadership role in IT strategy and service delivery, with special attention paid to people and process aspects
An enterprise architecture is an organizational blueprint that defines--in logical or business terms and in technology terms--how an organization operates today, intends to operate in the future, and intends to invest in technology to transition to this future state.
Additionally, Essential Architecture Manager has received some favourable reviews; an Ovum Butler Group Technology Audit, a review in the Journal of Enterprise Architecture, an inclusion as one of only two open source tools that effectively support EA in 'Open Source Solutions for EA Tool Needs' report, and been the subject of review by all major analyst firms.
These include IT investment management, software/system development and acquisition management, IT services acquisition management, IT human capital management, information security management, and enterprise architecture management.

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