Business Architecture Basics

Introducing Business Architecture, and how it’s helping enterprises connect company strategy to information technology and managing people

Business Architecture is an emerging field in the Twin Cities area. This 1- hour session will introduce business architecture and show how it is impacting large companies and how they are connecting business strategy to information technology to managing people. View the most common tools used by business architects and how their use can benefit an organization.

Attendees will:

  • understand the basics and benefits of business architecture
  • see how business architecture fits with other business practices
  • discover the most common tools used by business architects
  • learn about the Business Architecture Guild and the BIZBOK®

About the Presenter

Mr. Daniel Lambert has more than 25 years of experience in information technology. As a venture capitalist, he has been involved with numerous hardware and software start-ups that were later sold very profitably to large companies like Avago Technologies in Singapore, BMC Software, Oracle and Schlumberger. Now, Mr. Lambert is a marketing & finance strategist assisting large companies in their growth, digital transformation and business architecture.

Mr. Lambert is now a Vice President at Benchmark Consulting, which designs and commercializes several enterprise software applications for large companies. IRIS Business Architect, among other things, enables the creation of Business Architecture models rapidly while delivering transformative corporate initiatives, also allows for collaboration and finally makes it easy to publish on the Web and extend the view of the Business Architects’ work to key stakeholders, including management, business analysts, requirement managers, process experts, enterprise architects, and software/application/IT/network architects within the IT department.