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Building Enterprise Information Architectures: Reengineering Information Systems (Hewlett-Packard Professional Books)by Melissa Cook
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The manager's guide to building a business-oriented information systems architecture. Written for IS and corporate management, CIOs, and consultants. Provides a practical, easy-to-use framework for developing and implementing an enterprise information architecture aligned with business requirements. Learn to eliminate redundancy, control costs, and deploy new technology in an orderly way.
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Shows how to put business management back in charge of processes and information, explaining simple principles that can be used to integrate the enterprise with more flexible, less complex information systems. Covers communicating business process and information needs, improving data quality, and replacing complex legacy systems, and offers ballpark and business owners' views of process, data, and technology architectures. For executives, managers, and technical professionals.
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Table of Contents
1. Historical Perspective.
2. Gaining Support for an Enterprise Information Architecture.
3. The Business Aproach to Enterprise Information Architecture Design.
4. The Ballpark View of Process.
5. The Ballpark View of Data.
6. The Business Owner's View.
7. Enterprise to Data Models.
8. Warehousing Versus Operational Systems.
9. Making It Happen.
10. Architecture Dependancies.
11. Architecture Investments.
12. What the Future May Hold.
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