Plymouth University Proves The Value Of EA

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Plymouth University case study

The Enterprise Architecture Practice at Plymouth University faced a common challenge - they were reliant on a lot of disparate spreadsheets, diagrams, documents and databases and tying all of the information together was a real challenge.

They selected Corso Agile EA to help organize their different assets in a shared central respository and use them more effectively. They were able to get started with Corso within a day using their existing information to build some initial architecture models.

Since then, the EA Practice at Plymouth University has gone from strength to strength. In just under 12 months, they have achieved several noteworthy milestones:

  • Established a central repository to store and share information with stakeholders
  • Proved the value of enterprise architecture to the business departments
  • Adopted a more collaborative approach to enterprise architecture
  • Improved business and IT agility and decision making
  • Closer business and IT strategy alignment

"Enterprise Architecture at Plymouth University is able to add value for business areas outside of IT reinforcing the message of how a modern and agile IT function can aid the organization as a whole." Adrian Hollister, Head of Strategy and Architecture at Plymouth University

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