In accordance with the long existing friendship between the Association of Enterprise Architects and the Atoll Group, Atoll was invited to present on the monthly gathering of the Hungarian chapter of the AEA.
Atoll was the first ever presenter on these monthly occasions of the Association and is following the life of the chapter ever since. This time Atoll has asked one of their major local client to share their experience with the SAMU enterprise architecture repository.
The presentation took place at the Telekom, who kindly offered their location for the event. Appearing on the stage was no other than Tamás Nacsák, the Chief Enterprise Architect at Telekom Hungary, and Gábor Vincellér, the development manager of the SAMU product. Continue reading “SAMU case study at Telekom featured on the monthly AEA event”
Business is in constant motion. Our operating environment is continuously morphing, competitors rise and fall, fashion changes, technologies emerge and become obsolete, laws and taxes are modified. Successful corporations must follow the trends and be agile in order to adapt to the changing environment.
The transformation game – evolution vs. revolution
Another article co-authored with Péter Lakhegyi about transforming businesses.
An article by Péter Lakhegyi and me that looks at business transformation from several angles, pointing out, where modelling your business may be able to help.
The transformation game – “Small” changes
An article by Péter Lakhegyi and I, about the human aspects of business transformation.
The transformation game – People and change
Electronic content management (ECM) is an unavoidable part of running most enterprises, be it small or large. For mid to large enterprises IBM provides a number of tools and technologies to cover all aspects of ECM throughout the document related processes or the document’s lifecycle.
Even though the businesses differ in many ways, the users of enterprise content management tools have a very similar set of functions, that they all need to implement. IBM Hungary with my friends at Atoll Technologies, have started the IBM ECM user group, where the users of such technologies could have a conversation of the dos and do-nots about the elements of the portfolio.
Continue reading “IBM ECM user group breakfast”