WHAT IS DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE?
Digital architecture is about optimally connecting the goals, processes, information, and technology of an organisation to use digital resources as effectively as possible for the organisation.
An optimal architecture ensures interoperability (free exchange) of information across all systems within and outside the organisation by complying with standards. Architecture also plays a major role in "security by design" and "privacy by design."
Architecture ensures that the right information can be exchanged at the right time with the right person on the device chosen by the target group, in the most optimal form.
Digital architecture connects the business architecture with the information architecture, the application architecture, and the technological architecture. With the business architecture leading, not technology or applications.
The business architecture with the goals, governance, and processes of the organization is leading.
The information architecture gives semantics and structure to the information and connects the information with the processes within and outside the organization.
The application architecture determines which applications need to exchange what information at what time in the process.
The technological architecture makes it technically possible to use the systems and information optimally.
HELP WITH DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE
TIMAF assists organisations with their digital architecture.
After analysing digital maturity, we provide advice on digital strategy, information and process management, change management, cultural transition, digital governance, and digital architecture.
This helps the organisation reach a higher level of information maturity, which is essential for a successful digital transformation.
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