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Posted by Alex Cullen on October 7, 2013
The practice of enterprise architecture is about your business – guiding decisions and designing solutions for better, more sustainable business outcomes.
Pretty much every EA leader would agree with this statement – but only a small percentage can say that this describes their program. Whether due to the situation they are in, or their own leanings, their impact is mostly on IT outcomes. It’s in this context that it’s such a pleasure for me to announce the winners of the 2013 InfoWorld/Forrester Enterprise Architecture Awards.
Two words stand out in all these winning submissions: “business” and “transformation.” These EA programs all share a singular focus on being central to how their business, not just their IT function, evolves.
Forrester, InfoWorld, and the Penn State University’s Center for Enterprise Architecture have teamed up to conduct these annual awards to give all EA programs a guiding star to chart their own transformation. We wish to thank all the organizations who submitted their stories for this year’s awards. As one of our judges said, “With so many strong submissions, it’s very hard to select the best ones.”
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