Enterprise Architect &

Chief Enterprise Architect Responsibilities 

Enterprise architect apply architectural processes and techniques across the enterprise.

Enterprise architects lead the development of a single holistic enterprise architecture model for the whole organisation, from all the architecture perspectives (Business services, Business processes, Information, Applications and technology.

They ensure the Enterprise Architecture is closely aligned to the business strategy, and satisfies all the enterprise architecture requirements.

They also investigate and make recommendations on Architecture decisions concerning Architecture requirements (Topics & Gaps) raised by the stakeholders, such as the delivery projects.


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Benefits of Modelling

  • Ability to articulate strategic view of landscape Optimise data use
  • Reduce infrastructure duplication and optimise non-functional aspects
  • More effective decision making due to up front options analysis with simulation of key requirements
  • Ability to communicate conflicting goals and drivers and facilitate conflict resolution
  • Highlight misalignment of priorities
  • Show competing demands for business services allowing compromise service levels to be defined
  • Improve oversight and Architectural Governance

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