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Enterprise Architecture Management

A consistent, conceptual framework is the basis for implementation

The holistic view of the business system ensures that the results of the business and process design have a sustainable effect. The customers influence the business model, the business system and the operative model with their needs and requirements.
To master the complex interaction of the building blocks, useful procedures and frameworks are available (e.g. the Zachman Framework, TOGAF, PRO3 model) which ensure the interaction of the structural and process organization with the employee skills and the IT. Predefined structures provide logical relationships that are continuously filled within projects. On the one hand, the facts must be worked out for each implementation in any case. On the other hand, the enterprise model will emerge in the medium term, whose contents will become more and more comprehensive. To get maximum benefit from the architecture, employees and managers must learn and internalize the structures.

The Pro3 model covers the different levels of the business: Business model, Business system and Operative model. Part of the model is the change management that supports the implementation. Leadership sets the direction and triggers the change process to eventually enable the required mindset and behavior.

Business model

  • Market
  • Product
  • Capabilities

Business system

  • Performance
  • Processes
  • Structure

Operational Model

  • IT systems
  • People
  • Equipment

The PRO3 model can be adapted to the existing EAM models of the customers and thus allows an effective and efficient execution of EAM projects.

Modules and tools

Our offering for trainings and workshops - as single sessions and implemented in projects

QPR Metrics Tool-based application training

QPR Modelling Tool-based user training

More details and individual proposals on request.

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