Deltamodel

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  • This video is the fourth part of the video series “Introduction to Enterprise Architecture”.

    The series consists of the following episodes:

    1. What is an Architecture?
    2. What is an Enterprise Architecture?
    3. Which benefits are provided by using Enterprise Architecture?
    4. Which benefits are provided by using Enterprise Architecture Frameworks?

  • Textpattern

    How to add captions to images in textile? When creating texts, graphics with their respective captions should also be included. Common CMS typically use minimalized input languages such as markdown or textile. The examples used in this article use textile as the language, a corresponding implementation in markdown is also possible.

  • This video is the third part of the video series “Introduction to Enterprise Architecture”.

    The series consists of the following episodes:

    1. What is an Architecture?
    2. What is an Enterprise Architecture?
    3. Which benefits are provided by using Enterprise Architecture?
    4. Which benefits are provided by using Enterprise Architecture Frameworks?

  • Ansoff Matrix

    The concept of the Ansoff Matrix is based on the idea to categorize product portfolios into meaningful categories. Based on these categories strategies for the further development of the portfolios can be identified, in particular the (further) development of growth strategies. In addition, the Ansoff Matrix can be used to analyze retrospectively which growth strategies have been used implicitly or explicitly in the past. In this way, the strategies of different companies can be compared with regard to the expected and actual results in the implementation of the chosen strategies.

  • porters five forces

    The idea behind Porter’s five forces is based on the insight that the factors influencing a company’s business model fall into five categories, the five forces.

    Namely the influences through:

    1. the suppliers that are necessary with their respective services for the business model
    2. new business models that could jeopardize the company’s business
    3. Products that are suitable for replacing the company’s products
    4. other market participants and the corresponding competitive pressure and
    5. for certain the buyers and customers of the company’s products.