(Virginia Department Of Motor Vehicles)
Enterprise Architecture, Application, And Frameworks
Enterprise Architecture is a well-defined holistic approach to analyses the organizational planning, design, analysis and implantation. The enterprise architecture is vital for the support for the strategic decision-making and the quick response to the external environment of the business (Elton, 2016). It applies the architectural principles to guide the organization. This is done with the help of the information that is derived with the help of the technology.
The enterprise architecture was also adopted by the Department of Motor Vehicles to improve their strategic decision-making and the response to the external environment of the business. The Department of Motor Vehicles was facing changes in the changing requirement of the business. The major challenges were technological advancement, stiff competition, research, and development as well as stakeholder satisfaction.
The information for such decision-making was obtained with the help of the enterprise architecture. The Enterprise architecture effectively helped the organization to respond to the strategic challenges and the environmental challenges (Looy, 2014). The details of such challenges and the impact have been provided in the subsequent section.
Impact On Organization’s Strategic Decision And Business Environment
Enterprise architecture is managing and organizing the business process through implementing the IT infrastructure, companies are focusing on the operating model so that the integration and the and the business process standardization could be run in the effective war and the effective delivery of the goods can be given to the customers. Companies effective IT are contributing and making the frameworks, as EA is used to sheer decision-making, the evaluation of the company for future goal is also supported.
The company has adopted new IT infrastructure in the new systems were implanted in the organization. The new IT design enables the company to make their information management system more effect and effective. The company was in the position to process the information more agile manner. Therefore, the implantation of the new IT design enabled the company to compete with the challenge of the IT in the automobile. The next step was the integration of the processes and the operations of the organization, which was important to bring efficiencies and the effectiveness of the operations and the processes (Iacob, Meertens, Jonkers, Quartel, Nieuwenhuis, & Sinderen, 2012).
The company was able to reap the information and use for the effective dealing with the stiff competition in the market. The competitor information was gathered and the major emphasis was given to the research and development. The research and the development lead to the superior products and the competition was effectively dealt with. The company also acquired that information for the satisfaction of the stakeholder, which was demanding the improved dividend performance of the company.
Support For Business Requirements
Therefore, it can be concluded that the enterprise architecture greatly helped the company to achieve its strategic objectives and to focus on the requirements opportunities for enterprise solutions. The opportunities created by the system were worth consideration and all of the objectives were achieved in that regard. The power of the system was immense and it was thus quite important to consider the right level of the things and the operations that were implanted in that regard.
The new opportunities that were created by the system was an ability to better read the business environment and its external influence to take strategic decision making in the company. Therefore, this led to the appropriate decision-making in the organization. These were the important, the crucial arrangements that were taken into the considerations in the company and that were quite successful, and reward oriented in that regard (Engelsmana, Quartel, Jonkers, & Sinderen, 2011).
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