Becoming digital requires a combination of partners, services, products and technology. This combination is unique for every organisation and changes over time. Dynamic Integrations offers models as part of the digital toolbox.
DYNAMIC BUSINESS MODEL
Discover how this model contributes to your governance
The Dynamic Business Model shows how the data flows in your organisation as the primary input for decisions and changes. It visualizes the constant adjustments organisations make, aligning themselves with changing markets. Plot your digital tools in this model being: partners, services, products and technology.
ENTERPRISE DATA STRATEGY
Use the Data Architecture model to define a common data terminology
An Enterprise data strategy consists of many elements managing the data and information specifics. The strategic fundament is standard data (terminology) used in applications for the products and services you sell, i.e. your core business.
Data architecture connects your business with the applications using standard data defining products and services (Data in) and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as business information (Information out).
Product and service data standardisation enable data integration from several databases. Integrations are made possible by labeling data as; master, key and normal data. This assures reliable data input and therefor equally reliable reports and analysis to support your business decisions, as a result of your enterprise data strategy.