to which parts and in so doing reduce the risks and incentives of fragmentation

To which parts and in so doing reduce the risks and

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to which parts and in so doing reduce the risks and incentives of fragmentation, duplication and lack of interoperability”( Kaushik and Raman, 2015). Another example show how Enterprise architecture is being used in the Dell Company. Dell has been known as one of the world’s major manufacturers of personal computers. The company uses its Enterprise Architecture team to map out a future direction for the IT g, with a three-year roadmap. According to the case study the company uses EA to reach its corporate goals, the company needed to change its IT infrastructure. This transformative process involved consolidating multi-national systems to improve efficiency, reduce costs and enforce common standards (Baum, 2012). EA program can be helpful for organizations such as DMV to transform their current systems to better and modernized systems. In EA program, first the current stage (systems and process) will be fully realized. Then EA guide the organization to use proper technology to reach its business goals and objectives. Agility and efficiency are some of the EA’s main goals.
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EA Justification Paper 5 References Baum, D. (2012). IT Transformation at Dell. Retrieved February 16, 2015, from Kaushik, A., & Raman, A. (2015). The new data-driven enterprise architecture for e-healthcare: Lessons from the Indian public sector. Government Information Quarterly, 32(1), 63-74. doi:10.1016/j.giq.2014.11.002 Niemann, K.D. (2006) From Enterprise Architecture to IT Governance―Elements of Effective IT Management, Wiesbaden, Germany: Vieweg.
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