Enterprise architecture tools provide a company with a map of its technological infrastructure and processes. This map enables leaders to drive the transformation of their organization with focus, towards a clearly defined state.
This journey is carried by transparency. As a Leader you want to be informed about how strategies and objectives are linked to business processes and the corresponding KPIs, about supporting technologies, applications, and their interfaces to understand roadblocks but also to further integrate with your surrounding ecosystem to improve efficiency and quality of outcomes.
EA tools provide a common view for all stakeholders involved in driving organizational and technological change. This unifying view is increasingly adopted within organizations:
EA tools serve a wide range of stakeholders from the boardroom and the C-suite, across all business strategic and operational roles, and into the IT estate. EA tools are also leveraged by a broad array of architectural and IT disciplines — information, solution, security, applications and infrastructure.
A holistic view is required, to serve all perspectives and bring all parties to the table. Bee360 provides you with this holistic view on your organization. With its DTO approach, Bee360 stands out amongst its competitors and extends the boundaries of EA tool functionality while also providing baseline capabilities, effectively getting everyone to hop on the transformation train.
Our target is to actually live EAM and realize its benefits in the broad field instead of having EA in the ivory tower. This is also reflected in our license model: we provide Bee360 via enterprise license instead of per-user licensing, to provide transparency to everyone.¹
¹ if you are interested in seeing Bee360 EAM in action, we would like to invite you to watch our Bee Spotlight Effective EA – What’s Value in EA?
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