Has your organization started its Enterprise Architecture program yet?
What does EA success include?...Process modeling? Governance? Effective planning?
What should a successful EA ultimately accomplish?
Cox Enterprises has faced these challenges and answered these questions. Hear Patrick Cooper, Sr. Enterprise Architect at Cox Enterprises, talk about the journey his team took to achieve success.
- Victory from day one: Showing immediate success
- Branding & Marketing: Demonstrate the value of EA to the business side of the company
- Challenges – They will arise. How to keep them from derailing your efforts
- Critical Mass – How to recognize it and what it means for your EA efforts
- More steps to success…
Patrick Cooper is currently the Senior Enterprise Architect for Cox Enterprises, a $13billion global enterprise and one of the nation’s leading media companies and providers of automotive services. He has been working in the IT field for 20 years. He started with Cox in 2006, and has spent his time with the company building a successful EA solution. Prior to joining Cox, he founded a software company that created the first CRM solution on the market. Prior to his entrepreneurial excursion, he was a Sr. Consultant for much of his career. His clients have included IBM, E&Y, Coca-Cola, Sprint, Robert Mondavi Wines and Nortel Communications. When not working on EA, he enjoys boating and fishing in the Gulf with his family.
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