Date: June 11-13, 2007
Venue: Radisson SAS Portman Hotel, London, UK
Overview | Session 1 | Speaker
The 8th Annual Enterprise Architecture Conference (EAC) will discuss the challenges of Enterprise Architecture and explore methods to tackle them. It will devise successful strategies for maximizing the value of Enterprise Architecture within your organization.
The Flat World: Implications on Enterprise Architecture
Speaker: Sohel Aziz, Infosys Technologies
Date: June 13, 2007
Leveraging the architecture of business and technology has become an imperative in the Flat World. Infosys believes that Enterprise Architecture (EA) plays an enabling role in creating flexibility and adaptability for an organization. At the same time, the boundaries of the enterprise are being challenged. The 'E' in Enterprise Architecture should span organizational boundaries to include co-creation with customers and seamless value addition with vendor partners. We must create an architecture that can be shared with partners; one which partners can integrate with seamlessly without jeopardizing security, confidentiality and performance. EA must also leverage its evolution into Web 2.0 and new collaborative technologies. Sohel Aziz will define the value of EA at a business level.
Sohel Aziz is the AVP and Head - Technology Consulting, EMEA, Infosys Technologies Ltd. He has extensive experience in business-technology alignment, technology strategy advisory, technology business case development, and technology program management and analysis. He has lead and facilitated the development and execution of technology-enabled business transformation strategies using offshore delivery models. Sohel's current focus areas are enterprise architecture and effective governance models for business-IT alignment. He is working to formalize the impact of Web 2.0 technologies on the way we think about enterprise architecture.
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