Category : IT Architecture - Enterprise Evolver-An App to Map the Whole Enterprise

Pandemic and Application Portfolio

The Covid-19 crisis is forcing companies to deploy their resources to support critical and most important applications. Companies maintain many applications, that are redundant, costly to maintain and provide very little value to the business. In the time of such crisis, it is important for businesses to quickly identify most critical and important application systems. […]

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Export Utility

The new export feature allow you to export all the data captured via Designer. This includes hierarchical data, relationship data, assessment data and tags added to each catalog item.  Click on the Export button, it will take you to the following screen. Depending upon the volume of data and the internet connection speed, the export […]

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Capability Overview Report

Often business and enterprise architects struggle to create a capability overview report to show how enterprise budget is allocated to the capabilities of organization and how mature are they and how are they supported by various technologies , people and process. In Enterprise Evolver, the Capability Portfolio View does this job nicely. Users can either […]

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Reinvent the way you do enterprise architecture with an intelligent Chatbot

One of the responsibilities of an enterprise architect is to maintain the complex relationships of all business parts (eg Goal, Policy, Initiative, Capability, Skill, Apps, Technology etc) of the enterprise over time to provide complete traceability of the enterprise. If your organization is complex, then visualizing the complexity and performing analysis sometime could be wearisome. […]

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Application and Technology Portfolio

In Evolver, an application system is considered a software program or business application that causes a computer to perform useful tasks beyond the running of the computer itself. An application performs certain business activities or tasks to deliver a business capability. An example of an application would be “Financial System”, “Inventory System” or “Patient Record […]

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Application and Technology Portfolio

In the upcoming release due next month on September 2017, we are adding many new features including application and technology portfolio management. You will be able to manage the life cycle of technology and application portfolio, understand the relationship between technology and applications and complexity and through a dashboard, you can visualize the application/technology spend, […]

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Use the Evolver App to ensure success with Digital Transformation

Enterprise Architecture (EA) is a capability to architect the business and comprehend the reality of the enterprise with the goal of managing complexity and creating coherent enterprises. According to a recent report ” How enterprise architects can help ensure success with digital transformations” from McKinsey&Company, When companies go all in on digitization, the number of […]

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Time Machine to support business evolution

In the latest release of the Enterprise Evolver app, a time machine feature is added. To visualize the network data over time, the Insight Analyzer offers a time machine feature. This feature allows users to visualize the evolution of enterprise in terms of how nodes and connections change over time. For example, users can visualize […]

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Visual Editor

The Maps module in Enterprise Evolver offers you many visual modeling techniques to create models, views and blueprint of your business by associating and relating items belonging to different business parts. You can use these maps to understand how different parts (e.g. organization categories) of your business work together to deliver value to your customers […]

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Demystifying Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture is a capability to tackle complexity with the goal of creating coherent enterprises. Enterprise complexity is tackled by mapping enterprise parts (e.g. goals, customer jobs, outcome, capability, processes, services, products, channels, people, and technology) to understand how every part is related and fit together to generate revenue or deliver value to enterprise’s customers.  According […]

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