In previous articles, we defined the concept of Business Architecture which can be understood as the design of the relationship between components that shape a company and which are the ones that allow the organisation as a coherent whole.

The management of a company starts from the understanding of the relationships that exist between these subsystems and how a change in one sector can affect other sectors through metrics that can quantify it, and in this way, affect all decision making within the business.

Business Architecture will then becomes a permanent exercise, which in addition to facilitating the planning and management of each component, can be predicted with certainty, transforming effects derived from the intervention of each layer.

Business Architecture can be seen as the mechanism that allows the linking of the management of business processes with business strategies.

Although the concept of Enterprise Architecture is often associated only with the management of technology and information, it relates more widely to the practice of business optimisation based on Business Architecture, knowledge management, and governance. In short, processes.

Business Architecture holds specific characteristics:

  • A wide range of domains (interdisciplinary because it requires specialized knowledge in process engineering, systems and in the impacted business).
  • It has a specific scope (one process, one sector or complete company).
  • It is highly complex (it is necessary to establish the qualitative and quantitative relationships of each component).
  • The true value of the business architecture is given when the management staff of the business is leveraged in the results of the management of the business design.


Business Architecture will make your company: BETTER, FASTER, and MORE COST EFFICIENT.