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  • The Relationship of Architectures

    The architectures are connected through the application of a set of analytics based on the phrase structure of the models.

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  • The Architecture Situation Today

    There are many perspectives of what is called architecture. Architecture is applied to organizations, enterprises, businesses (profit or non-profit, private

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    This webinar demonstrates the power of goal-oriented modeling and execution. Dan Neason, of Whitestein North America, will narrate a discussion

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    IT executives and managers are responsible for supplying digital services to the entire organization based on need. Understanding that need

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  • The Key Techniques of Process Improvement

    Every organization has some form of process improvement program in effect today. Some of these are enterprise wide and some

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Quotes of the Week
April 27, 2015

“Too much of a focus on the the business process can cause a business solution to be poorly designed and problematic. This is a story from several customers who followed the BPM methodology too well, and were blindsided by some nightmarish systems issues. Too much process can be a real problem.”
-Keith Swenson

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