Gradual, Cost-Sensitive Introduction of a Beneficial Enterprise Architecture Management Program

Topics covered:

  • How they determined the role that architecture would play 
  • How they established a common language for business and IT, and facilitated collaboration among these departments
  • How they set up an IT governance system
  • How they used architecture to speed project implementation and improve performance

Constantly generate added value and showcase it. Stakeholders will support the development of an EAM if they see its value.” Erik Odenwald and Andreas Siegenthaler

About Raiffeisen Switzerland

Raiffeisen, the third-largest banking group in Switzerland, is Switzerland's leading retail bank. 1.9 million customers are cooperative members and therefore co-owners of their Raiffeisen bank. They value the crucial advantages Raiffeisen offers: client proximity, empathy, trustworthiness and the exclusive benefits for cooperative members.

The Raiffeisen Group consists of 292 cooperatively structured Raiffeisen banks with a total of 1'004 branches and Raiffeisen Switzerland cooperative.

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