Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Is Your Enterprise Architected for 2010?

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Is Your Enterprise Architected for 2010?

A properly developed Enterprise Architecture (EA) will help an organization understand where it stands with its current strategy, processes, and asset information. The information you'll get will be important, but its implementation and interpretation can be challenging and confusing, stopping many organizations in their tracks.

Join this live TechRepublic Webcast to find out how to avoid this fate, and keep your 2010 EA implementation moving forward.

Is Your Enterprise Architected for 2010?
Wednesday December 2nd, 2009
1:00 PM ET | 10:00 AM PT | 18:00 GMT

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In addition, you'll learn:

  • Why taking an interactive approach to EA can dramatically improve your chances for success
  • Why it's so critical to create a common set of artifacts, roadmaps and models for your 2010 EA initiative
  • How a organization recently used Sybase PowerDesigner to complete its successful EA implementation

Register TODAY to participate on Wednesday December 2nd, 2009!

Includes live Q&A!
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