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A Framework for Measuring ROI of Enterprise Architecture

@inproceedings{Rico2006AFF,
  title={A Framework for Measuring ROI of Enterprise Architecture},
  author={David F. Rico},
  year={2006}
}
OVERVIEW Enterprise architecture is a comprehensive framework or taxonomy of systems analysis models for aligning organizational strategy with information technology. Strategies are plans to satisfy organizational goals and objectives by competing, based on size, cost, variety, speed, quality, uniqueness, or innovation. Information technology refers to the computers, software, and networks used for safely storing, processing, retrieving, and transmitting data and information. There is an… Expand
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