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Enterprise Transformation: The Serasa Experian Case

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This paper presents the development of an Enterprise Architecture project at Serasa Experian. With a strong transformation plan Serasa needs tools to monitor the progress of the strategic roadmap. With this project Serasa achieved an integrated management of architectural views, projects results, and the roadmap progress. It is also brings IT Architects, Project Managers and IT Governance together, identifying concepts and a common language between them, thus facilitating the aggregation of information from these groups into a consolidated vision. Project completions are the drivers for updating the architectural views and progress of the roadmap. A knowledge base keeps the information gathered from external information sources and supports the automatic generation of architectural views, which can be browsed back and forward in time.

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  • Enterprise Transformation
  • Enterprise Architecture Case Study
  • Temporal Architectural Views

The statements and opinions expressed in this paper are those of the authors and not an official position of Serasa Experian.

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Sousa, P., Gabriel, R., Tadao, G., Carvalho, R., Sousa, P.M., Sampaio, A. (2011). Enterprise Transformation: The Serasa Experian Case. In: Harmsen, F., Grahlmann, K., Proper, E. (eds) Practice-Driven Research on Enterprise Transformation. PRET 2011. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, vol 89. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-23388-3_7

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