Enterprise Architecture

Structural view

Business activities and interactions, whether manual or automated, must be identified and understood if decision makers are to be properly informed.

The structural Enterprise Architecture identifies, describes and associates collaborating elements and their means of interaction. It is however only a snapshot in time - change is continuous and must be accommodated by continual updating.

An Enterprise Architecture allows management to anticipate the effects of change and to plan actions accordingly, avoiding unwanted side-effects and enabling organisational change to be planned before it is imposed.

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