Sarah Smith examines the structures needed for a successful ERP project and how, by adopting EA practices supported by appropriate tooling, you can significantly improve the chance of delivering your ERP project on time and on budget.
This article was published on the ERP Software Evaluation Centre in September 2011.
EAS examines the importance of Enterprise
Architecture to an organisation during a
recession and through the recovery
period. This article discusses the
reasons why Enterprise Architecture has
become so popular and focuses on the areas of
importance when budgets are tight, including
application consolidation and project
Adding value to
projects with Enterprise
We are often asked what an architecture plan
is and why it is important. As with most
there isn’t a simple answer to what an
architecture plan is. There is no
standard template for
an architecture plan as every organisation is
different and the nature of the plans
depending on an organisation’s specific
needs. As to why it is important, the
success of any
architecture is dependent on delivering value
and the plan is the means by which the
of this value can be managed and measured.
Getting the plan right is often the starting
point to success. This white paper
focuses on the nature of architecture plans
and how to create them.
EAS discuss many of the key activities
associated with the adoption of SOA (e.g.
business case, technology introduction,
organisational change), and highlight the
opportunity that exists for building out an
Enterprise Architecture capability at the
EAS explain how a
service-oriented approach can be applied to
the capture of an organisation's Enterprise
Architecture, and the benefits of doing
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