The Architecture Value Proposition for Digital Transformation

The Architecture Value Proposition for Digital Transformation

This IDC Perspective addresses the role that strategic architecture can play as digital transformation becomes mainstream. Every organization is now faced with an important array of questions in terms of what they should do, how they should do it, and when. Strategic architecture can, and should, play an important role in helping organizations make better decisions about its digital transformation strategy and how best to implement it. With the enterprise visibility and scope that architecture has, and the rigorous methods for analyzing and understanding business and technology aspects of the enterprise, architecture can provide structured and fact-based information and insight to decision makers."Creating architecture by itself provides no value to the enterprise. Value is only realized when architecture is actually used to influence decisions. When the information and insight that architecture delivers are targeted to specific stakeholders and based on a compelling value proposition, architects can turn that insight into enterprise value, influence, and impact," says Mike Rosen, adjunct advisor with IDC's IT Executive Program (IEP).

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