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Enterprise Architecture

By David Hooper, Andrew Quinn

This course explains what ‘Enterprise Architecture’ is and why you might consider using it to improve the performance of your organisation. In this course we discuss two types of Enterprise Architecture to suit both SMEs and larger enterprises.

David Hooper

David Hooper

Executive Software Consultant
Andrew Quinn

Andrew Quinn

Executive Technology Consultant

TOGAF Enterprise Architecture

35 mins

Enterprise Architecture is a practice used to analyse, design, and implement changes in order to develop and execute an organisation's strategy. In this course we will introduce the core concepts of running an Enterprise Architecture project using the TOGAF framework, and walk through an example scenario. This form of Enterprise Architecture is best suited to larger, complex enterprises. (For Enterprise Architecture aimed at SMEs take a look at our Pragmatic Enterprise Architecture course below)

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Pragmatic Enterprise Architecture

45 mins

This course explains what ‘Enterprise Architecture’ is and why you might consider using it to improve the performance of your organisation. EA has an expensive reputation, but we run through a more pragmatic approach that will deliver results. This form of Enterprise Architecture is best suited to SMEs.

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If you are unsure which form of EA is best suited to your business, please feel free to contact us as we would be happy to assist