Enterprise Architecture Documentation: Empirical Analysis of Information Sources for Automation

@article{Farwick2013EnterpriseAD,
  title={Enterprise Architecture Documentation: Empirical Analysis of Information Sources for Automation},
  author={Matthias Farwick and Ruth Breu and Matheus Hauder and Sascha Roth and Florian Matthes},
  journal={2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2013},
  pages={3868-3877}
}
Over the past decade, Enterprise Architecture (EA) management emerged to a mature discipline commonly applied to realize cost saving potentials while increasing effectiveness of IT in organizations. Typically, EA management starts by documenting the current state in an EA model and deriving future planned states heading towards an optimized EA. In practice, organizations struggle with the documentation of their current state due to the complexity of their enterprise architecture and its… CONTINUE READING

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