Enterprise Information Architecture and a Year 2000 Project
In turning business and IT strategies into architectural proposals, Canadian Tire Corporation has developed a suite of tools called AIE that deploys the architectural principles and guidelines needed to support the framework to all IT areas. The Year 2000 programme utilises a similar framework.
This development work is a living process that goes from requirements to a workable solution. Its main principle is to guarantee a common meta-data and easy access, in a simple and organized view of documents and project deliverables. This session describes the framework, the organisation aspects and different roles involved in the process, and includes a prototype demonstration.
About the Presenter:
Ron Klein is an IT Professional with an experience in the Data Management field for several years. His area of interest includes application/data architecture, repositories and CASE. He has worked as an IT Management Consultant and as a Manager in the petroleum, insurance, computer and retail industry. Ron also has been involved in IT research with the University of Toronto and the Massachussetts Institute of Technology. Currently Ron is a Repository Manager with Canadian Tire Corporation and a teacher at Ryerson Polytechnique University. Ron has been a speaker at the WRAD, Decision Sciences Institute, VLDB, and IRMAC Conferences. He is not interested in the leadership of the Progressive Conservative party.