Business Oriented Information Architecture
sponsored by SAP America, Inc.

Understanding the framework of your business environment can be a fickle assignment. 

Viewing your complete landscape through an information architecture (IA) can offer you a well-rounded snapshot that can help solve business challenges, as well as provide the blueprint for new business-oriented solutions.

This brief paper outlines the essence of an information architecture and why it is useful in determining everything from the entirety of IT projects to testing business process scenarios to see if they satisfy the wide-ranging needs of your business, such as analytics or reporting.

Read this now to learn more about IA, including:

  • Its basic design principles
  • How to start your program
  • The benefits of employing it
  • And more
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