Enterprise Architecture

  • Enterprise Architecture (EA) model data should be generically stored in data repository. This approach allows to flexible describe the models data by EA frameworks such as DoDAF, NAF or ArchiMate.  On the other hand, this flexible approach makes it quite difficult to analyze and report the model data.In the nature of an EA repository, data is stored in a highly normalized database scheme and governed by the meta-model of the EA framework. A database query results in a complex join of tables to get a result set for a report. Mostly this is too complex even for experiences database developers and far too complicated for business analysis or architects analyzing the EA data for specific scenarios.

  • Extended Microsoft Visio® with an rules engine and connect it to a database

    Visio® is known for its easy and intuitive use with an appealing user interface. Regarding license costs the tool competes very attractively compared to professional modelling tools in the market. Why not use this widespread tool for professional process mapping or modeling of enterprise and business architecture? It is the BPM-X rules engine and database that enriches native Visio® to become a serious alternative to so long market leaders in the field of EA and BPM.

  • Never touch a running system? Not when you govern “the change” using enterprise architecture

    Many organizations which run Oracle®, SAP® or other ERP systems follow the above slogan to lower the risk of project failures or high investments. In times of agile business this is counterproductive because innovation on IT side will get stuck. Nobody dares to make the necessary steps towards ERP improvements which would enable more agile business processes.All ERP systems are complex beasts in sense of configuration and customizing made. Mostly documentations are simply not available or not up-to-date. IT teams are overwhelmed with daily operational support of IT business like creating new users or writing reports.

  • In 2013 our teams focused very much on customer projects integrating various tools such as ARIS, Visio, CaseWise, Sparx Enterprise Architect, IBM Rational System Architect, OpenText ProVision, IBM BlueWorks, SAP, HP ALM and many others to perfect the universal model translation between different modeling languages, EA frameworks and vendor specific implementation of standards such as BPMN. For 2014 we see a huge demand in the EA/BPM enterprise management market for more operationalization, more agility for faster value delivery to the business and to reduce IT costs.Organizations looking to leverage model assets and build continuous value chains to integrate different enterprise management disciplines, to improve communication between different departments or project teams and to escape from management silos are well recognized requirements and needs from the professional market.

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