Enterprise Architecture is dead – Long live Enterprise Architecture
Would you agree?
The topic of Enterprise Architecture has been discussed for many years, but some say that Enterprise Architecture – at least as a buzzword – is dead. At the same time, utilities are investing more time and resources into EA today.
In this podcast, we hear from Dr Nedim Dedić, Lead Enterprise Architect at Salzburg AG, and discuss the rise of a new understanding of Enterprise Architecture.
What you will learn:
- How EA can help overcome new business challenges and set the direction for digital transformation in organisations
- Examples where EA pays off for organisations
- Key challenges organisations face implementing EA and how to overcome them
- How to get started with EA
The episode can also be found on Apple Podcast and Spotify.
Dr Nedim Dedić is the Lead Enterprise Architect at Salzburg AG in Austria. He specializes in enterprise, digital and data architectures, especially utilities having legacy-based or historically grown information systems. In his role, he supports the identification and implementation of new business models, provides fact-based decision-making opportunities, helps improve operational and tactical efficiency, and optimizes business processes & activities.
Nedim is known for his ability to recognise, organise and exploit the potential of data and digitalisation. He has published numerous scientific papers in the fields of Data Analysis, IT Architecture, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Enterprise Reporting and Big Data. He is passionate about identifying and promoting digital & data-based innovations, trends, and emerging technologies.
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Episode 7: The Agile Utility (Experiences from EnBW)
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