Digital Business Architecture

Digital Business Architecture defines a complete methodology for planning and implementing enterprise scale digital transformation.

Primarily it refers to the use of Business Architecture for purposes of planning and managing Digital Transformation, with this expertise providing the fundamental mechanism for improving IT organization maturity to achieve transformation goals, most notably formally establishing an explicit link between IT and business strategy. Read more.

Agile Business Architecture Maturity

An ideal way to plan a digital transformation strategy is through the lens of Digital Maturity, comparing your current state to a progressing capability ladder and from that planning a step by step evolution, to develop a Digital Maturity Model.

This establishes formal links between the business model strategy and desired ROI with the implementation of the required capabilities.

Business Architecture can then be utilized to expand this inital model to a detailed level of Enterprise Architecture, resulting in the ‘To Be’ design, the Target Operating Model. Read more.

Best practices defined by Mastercard for Agile Business Architecture describe how to then embed this into regular DevOps development cycles.

Digital Service Design

Digital Service Design is then utilized to iteratively develop new services linked to an overall context of business transformation. Technology innovations notably Low Code development tools can be harnessed to expand the rate of code development and deployment.