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Enterprise Architecture and Project Portfolio Management – Different sides of the same coin?

July 7, 2011 No Comments

What do we have? Where should we invest and what are our options? How and when will we get there? These are questions all organizations are facing – but very few can answer….

Standing “outside” looking at Enterprise Architecture (EA) and Project Portfolio Management (PPM) you can see that there are evident connections (different sides of the same coin). There are also visible gaps existing in either domain, which can be handled in the other. This sparked a thought and has lead to a new way of looking at this (PPEAM).

Instead of having a result of 1 (EA) + 1 (PPM) equal 2 – organizations
should be able to make: 1 + 1 > 2

Join this webcast to understand what analyst firm IDC and IBM has to say about the marriage of EA and PPM and how IBM’s solution can play a vital role for an organization.

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