KPMG on Corporate Architecture

The concept of architecture has long ceased to be correlated exclusively with construction. For the first time the word-combination “corporate architecture” appeared in the context of information technologies in the late 80s in the United States, and has been actively developing since. Currently there is a large number of directions and schools that offer their own approaches to building a corporate architecture and there are tools to facilitate the process.  Read more in the article by Vyacheslav Zakharov, Head of IT Advisory, KPMG office in Astana.

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