Business architecture enables an organization to establish its business framework elements and develop its business roadmap. A well-planned organization would have a solid foundation to build upon and direct its operations. This visibility and insight enables informed investment decisions, workload balancing and a time to market window that better meets consumer demands.
Without a well-defined business roadmap, the organization could develop gaps, overlaps, inconsistencies, redundancies and conflicts between its systems, processes, and departments. A solid foundation enables the organization to grow without the need to re-design or re-build at each growth point or impacting business decision.
Business architecture implements business strategy by coordinating its internal relationships between key components:
- organizational capabilities
- business concepts
- business rules and processes
- systems and functions
- product offerings
Business architecture also balances the organization’s internal relationships with its external relationships to its consumer base and to its industry. As a result, the organization operates as one cohesive and collaborative entity where everyone and everything is executing in the same direction. Any organization that can efficiently respond to the changing needs of its consumers is in a much better position over a competing company that cannot.
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