Enterprise Modeling and Enterprise Architecture: The Constituents of Transformation and Alignment of Business and IT

@article{Seigerroth2011EnterpriseMA,
  title={Enterprise Modeling and Enterprise Architecture: The Constituents of Transformation and Alignment of Business and IT},
  author={U. Seigerroth},
  journal={Int. J. IT Bus. Alignment Gov.},
  year={2011},
  volume={2},
  pages={16-34}
}
  • U. Seigerroth
  • Published 2011
  • Computer Science
  • Int. J. IT Bus. Alignment Gov.
  • Several scholars have argued for the need to integrate both the IT perspective and the business perspective during development of enterprises and IS/IT architectures. In this process, it is necessary to be able to deal with a number of sub-areas to succeed with the transformation. One challenge is the need to move beyond a narrow focus on one tradition or technology, as well as to use and integrate different concepts within an enterprise. This integrated view also includes the use and… CONTINUE READING
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