The requirement for corporate IT is to reflect the complexity of business activities and to take into account the ongoing changes and challenges of the market. Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) provides the mental concept and the tools for this.
EAM, with its holistic approach, structuring in architectural levels, the associated implementation methods and governance, provides the basis for a strategic shaping of the entire business process IT landscape in terms of business requirements and prepares the ground for local improvements and optimisations. An enterprise architecture (EA) describes the interaction of business processes and IT in the company and thus provides a strategic, conceptual and organisational framework for the design of the IT landscape. An EA can contribute significantly to the design and implementation of the company's goals.
EA describes the interaction of business (processes) and IT in the company. The characteristics and mutual dependency contribute significantly to the design and implementation of the company's goals. EA thus makes an important contribution to a common language and mediating role between business and IT. EA thus provides a strategic, conceptual and organisational framework for the design of the IT landscape. In addition to the structural elements (architecture levels), the focus is on the methods for implementation (governance) and review in the context of a cost-benefit analysis.
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