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

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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Enterprise Evolver – Centrality & Flow Modeling Features

The Insight Analyzer feature of Enterprise Evolver provides many functionalities for users to visualize and analyze enterprise data through interactive directed network graph (“graph”). The Insight Analyzer offer another way to visualize complex relationship.. The network graph consists of a set of nodes and edges. Nodes represent the business parts and edges are the connections […]

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Outside-in Architecture and Customer Journey Map

This is the part 2 of the article focusing on outside-in architecture. In the part 1, I focused on defining the customer journey mapping which is one of the key blueprints used for designing business from the outside-in. In this article, we will dig deeper into understanding what it takes to map a journey and the key building […]

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What you can do in the Evolver 2.50?

Here are some images from the latest version 2.50 of Enterprise Evolver. Now, in the Evolver app, you can model connection and flow.  Enterprise Evolver offers an ability to connect, associate and link instances of one business part to another. Connection can describe the nature of relationships between various business parts/categories; how they relate to […]

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Demystifying Customer Journey Mapping, Breaking silos through Outside-in Architecture

This is a series of article focusing on outside-in architecture. These articles will dig into  the outside-in blueprints, maps,  methodology and the techniques available in Enterprise Evolver app to transform a business to more customer centric. This series would be very helpful for customer experience (CX) professionals, enterprise and business architects but also within marketing, customer service, product […]

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Architect-Analyze-Share and Remove Redundancies and Complexity

Business and IT professionals know quite too well the importance of having intimate knowledge  about the relationship an enterprise business’s strategy, capability, processes, technology, information systems and other resources and how the organization deals with its resources, capabilities and customers. In Enterprise Evolver, you can now map Customer Jobs & Journeys, Business Goals & Strategy, Business Capabilities […]

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Intelligent blueprints for decision makers

An architecture blueprint or map of an enterprise provides a common understanding of the enterprise that the decisions makers can use to understand how various parts (e.g. People, Process, Capability, Knowledge, Data , Technology & Customers) of an enterprise are related and fit together to deliver value and generate revenue. With Evolver, you create intelligent […]

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Deliver Digital Transformation with Customer and Capability Viewpoints

In my previous post “Viewpoints and Integrated Enterprise Architecture“, I talked about the support for various viewpoints in Enterprise Evolver ( “Evolver”) app. The Evolver app allows you to map the whole enterprise to understand how all parts of the enterprise fit together and relate to each other to deliver value to your customers. In this […]

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Viewpoints and Integrated Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture (EA) is a capability to manage the complexity of an enterprise with the goal of creating coherent enterprises. Enterprise complexity is managed by mapping enterprise parts (e.g. Strategy, People, Technology etc) to understand how each part is related and how all the parts fit together to achieve an organization’s vision. These relationships provide many […]

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Design Thinking for a sustainable & innovative Enterprise Architecture Organization

In the traditional enterprise architecture (EA) organization, architecture is developed by capturing the baseline and then defining the target architecture and roadmap to achieve the vision. Many times a future state is created by focusing on architecture framework(s) and by creating many drawings and maps spending countless amount of time and money. These approaches of […]

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