Customer Reference & Best Practice
The following examples demonstrate how Enterprise Architecture is already in use to guide companies through innovation and change processes:
Labnaf facilitates transformation
Lilian Duchene works at Etnic in Belgium, which provides IT services to more than 40 institutions/public administrations in the Federation Wallonia-Brussels (French Community of Belgium). To transform these services, the company uses the Enterprise Architecture framework Labnaf, an extension of Enterprise Architect. With the framework it can now manage its relationships with its clients transparently and with open communication.
EAM is a Strategic Function in Companies
Recently, technology analyst Gartner revised its assessment of Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) from „supportive“ to „highly strategic“. Against this background, Sparx Services CE submitted its EAM approach for the new „eAward: Solutions for New Business“ and was promptly nominated in the „Organisation“ category.
EAM as Knowledge Hub
Dr. Hannes Lischka has been dealing with Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) for more than ten years and sees himself as a bridge builder between EAM and current methods of New Work.
Business Transoformation in the Financial Sector with REFRAME
Norbert Schattner of ifb Group was significantly involved in the development of the reference architecture REFRAME for over ten years. REFRAME is based on the SPARX Enterprise Architect platform and enables corporate transformations in the financial sector.
Modeling the Nato Architecture Framework (NAFv4)
The objective of the NATO Architectural Framework Version 4 (NAFv4) is to provide a standard for the development and description of architectures for both military and business purposes. The framework is designed to be expanded by NATO member states and partners according to their own requirements. Germany and Switzerland, for example, use this possibility to create their own views, e.g. requirement views, in their projects.
Reference architecture for the healthcare system
Oliver Kipf professionally combines his expertise in healthcare and Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) and relies entirely on Enterprise Architect. He is currently working intensively on a reference architecture for healthcare that puts the patient in the center and also includes a pandemic scenario.
The 12 commandments of EAM
Michael Bald has been dealing with Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) for years and likes to use Enterprise Architect for this purpose. For him it is decisive that the business architecture is always at the centre of all considerations regarding EAM.