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Date: July 21-23, 2008
Venue: InterContinental Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
The 19th Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference will discuss the core elements of creation and implementation of a Government Enterprise Architecture.
Topic: From Strategy to Architecture
Date/Time: July 21-23, 2008
Enterprise Architecture builds an organizational and technical landscape to help the organization implement its strategy. Understanding corporate strategy is the task of Enterprise Architects. But what does strategy really mean?
Strategy answers questions such as a) What is the business of the organization (i.e. how does it create value for stakeholders)? b) What are the key issues the organization is facing? and c) How is the organization going to respond to them?
A presentation will demonstrate, with the help of a case study, how to analyze the strategy of a financial services organization based on a multi-dimensional framework. It will also help you translate strategy into an enterprise architecture that meets its objectives.
Thomas Obitz, Principal Architect, Infosys
Thomas Obitz is a Principal Architect with Infosys Technologies. He has more than 17 years of experience in software development and vast experience in conceptualizing and designing large-scale distributed systems, especially in investment banking and capital markets. He has been working with enterprise architecture groups reviewing application landscapes and adopting them for improved support of corporate processes and value propositions.
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