2022-08-17T02:53:00Z
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Community Spotlight #20

Search for a product comparison in Business Process Management (BPM)
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EB
Director of Community at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Community Manager
2022-08-17T04:45:55Z
Aug 17, 2022

Thank you to all the community members who share their knowledge with other peers!


Also, special thanks to the articles' contributors included in this Community Spotlight:


@Janet Staver, @Abhirup Sarkar, @Manoj Narayanan, @Beth Safire and @Shibu Babuchandran.

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LN
Supervisor Business Analysis-Process Management at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
Aug 23, 2022
Hello community members, At the moment, I'm tasked to develop the enterprise architecture of the organization and I have a couple of questions below: What capability models/mapping (business architecture) do you know/exist and how do they eventually connect to the application, data, and infrastructure architecture?  What tools and/or templates can I use? Thanks in advance for your help!
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SB
Regional Manager/ Service Delivery Manager at ASPL INFO Services
Aug 20, 2022
Hi @Linda NamayanjaPMP,CBPA,ITIL ​, Choosing the right EAM tools involves various steps that are aimed to ensure smooth integration and maximum benefits. Some points collected with the help of my peers may be of help to you. Understanding the benefits of EAM tools: Through advanced and integrated features, EAM tools help you to uncover and avoid unmanaged IT applications that would otherwise increase your cloud spend and create potential security risks for sensitive data. Once you understand the benefits that modern EAM tools have to offer, you can focus on finding the right solution for you and your EA strategy. Choosing an EAM tool based on your EA program: When opting for an EAM tool, make sure that it helps you achieve your business and IT goals. These could be application portfolio management, technology risk management, post-merger IT integration, or an overall business transformation. Assessing needs of stakeholders: Since you don't want to create another IT silo, you should ask yourself what informational needs each stakeholder has and how EA can bridge knowledge gaps. Ideally, the tool will foster cross-department collaboration and optimize workflows. Stakeholders should be able to access data and drive their own analysis. On top of that, QA mechanisms will improve overall data quality. Reviewing the data model of prospective EAM tools: Make sure to evaluate the data model of your prospective EAM tools. You should be able to align it with your current terminology and attributes and assign authorization roles with ease. Measuring the onboarding process against goals: Once you have settled on an EAM solution that fulfills your current and foreseeable future needs, you can start with the onboarding process. It’s important to set initial goals and keep measuring the process as you go. From data mapping, imports, workspace reviews, and success KPIs – ideally, the tools allow you to use the desired form of measuring your onboarding success and keep track of the work in progress. Some products suggested by my peers are below BiZZdesign Enterprise Studio Avolution Abacus Software AG Alfabet Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Hope the above will help you choose the right solution for your requirement.
@Linda NamayanjaPMP,CBPA,ITIL, ​ check this out: https://resources.bizzdesign.c...
ZS
User at avin
Aug 18, 2022
Hi colleagues, We're looking for BPM/BPD/etc. software that can connect the top layer of Enterprise Architecture (EA) to our processes.  Do you have any recommendations? Is it achievable? Thanks
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AL
Managing Director at Optus
Aug 4, 2022
@Zooo Sasasa ​ Signavio, ARIS, and GBTEC have ArchiMate modules for modeling Enterprise Architecture (EA) and are great potential candidates.
IanRamsay - PeerSpot reviewer
Director Business Consulting at Cognizant
Aug 8, 2022
I think you may need to be a bit more explicit as too “what” is the “top layer” and “how” do you wish to “connect” and “why”. Anything is possible from a modelling point of view, less so if you plan to generate the processes from the architecture.  Just about every relationship between architectural components is a “many-to-many” relationship, so things can get quite complex quite quickly.
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