Enterprise Architecture Development Methodology
Enterprise Architecture (EA) definition includes documentation of “as-is” and “to-be” architectures and any other architectures that need to be considered. EA documentation is a blueprint that helps stakeholders to understand the current state of the organization and the common vision for the organization’s desired state.
EA development methods such as, The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) and the Architecture Development Method (ADM) are adopted depending upon the engagement context.
The EA blueprint help customers to understand the gaps in the current and future state architectures. Subsequently, the enterprise architect defines a roadmap with relevant projects that are in transition from the current to the future state. The roadmap highlights the projects that are to be implemented and the recommended sequence of execution. We also provide high-level guidance on the approach to execute projects and thereby ensure smooth implementation of the projects.