Enterprise Architecture (EA) Job Descriptions Key to Infrastructure and Interactions with both internal and external users
Enterprise Architecture (EA) is the way that organizations standardize and organize IT infrastructure to align with business goals. These strategies support digital transformation, IT growth and the modernization of IT as a department. In addition EA is the driving force for IT business transformation. In many cases it is tied closely to Blockchain and DLT implementations.
Considerations now have to be made for interfacing enterprise data with supplier and customer information. This while keeping in mind mandated security and privacy requirements.
Enterprise Architecture (EA) Job Description Bundle
Enterprise Architecture is the conceptual blue print for defines the structure, applications, data, and operational work flow of the enterprise. There are four main areas of Enterprise Architecture (EA): business processes, data, applications, and technology. All four need to be adequately represented if your EA is going to be robust. Unfortunately, too many EA implementations fail due to with non-existent business process architecture and practically no data architecture. The application and technology architectures are typically well worked out, but those are secondary architectures that support the business processes and data used by the business. It is the business process and data architectures that are foundational. Failing to adequately develop them leaves the EA effort flat.
We have identified 22 positions that are involved with this and have included them in this bundle. They are: