Lightweight Enterprise Architectures
The author developed Lightweight Enterprise Architecture (LEA) to enable a quick alignment of technology to business strategy. LEA's simple and effective framework makes it useful to a wide audience of users throughout an enterprise, coordinating resources for business requirements and facilitating optimal adoption of technology.
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Accounts Payable activities addition architect artifacts benefit Bill of Material business application module Business Object Document business strategy capture Chapter complex components Conceptual Architecture Context Map cost create current environment cycle delivery deploy detail diagrams domain effort enable a business enterprise architecture Enterprise Impact enterprise patterns evolution evolve Execution Architecture Figure B.39 focus framework functionality goal Hence identified implementation Information Architecture initial integration interact Inventory invoice leadership ledger List material module or system Noun OAGIS optimal organization organization’s portfolio rationalization principles Production Order Project Mgr Purchase Order PurchaseOrder purpose Rational Unified Process realize realm requirements response Sales Order SDLC solution specific Strategic Architecture sub-functions success Sync system landscape technical technique Technology Roadmap third-party logistics provider transactions understand update users vendor vision Web portal XML Schema