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MANUFACTURING BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE REFERENCE FRAMEWORK AND EXAMPLES

Examine our pre-built, ready-to-go, customizable, and business-friendly manufacturing business architecture reference framework and examples. Purchase any of our content below now or ask for a 30-minute demo for further information.

The Manufacturing Business Architecture Reference Framework and Examples offered by Business Architecture Info for consumer packaged goods, large equipment, textile, clothing, petroleum, chemicals, plastics, mineral, machinery, computer and electronics, appliances, and components manufacturers, ​include the following:

  • over 2,950 business capabilities (over 1,085 of them are manufacturing-specific);

  • over 560 information concepts, many of them linked to business capabilities;

  • 36 detailed value streams, 18 of which are client-driven with their enabling business capabilities;

  • over 120 manufacturing stakeholders, many of them linked to value stages among others;

  • over 18 typical business units/departments/divisions, many of them linked to business capabilities;

  • over 40 typical products/services;

  • over 250 diagrams;

  • the ‘Product Launch to a New Market Segment’ example;

  • the ‘Improving Customer Service Using Artificial Intelligence’ example;

  • the ‘Traceability Using Blockchain’ example; and

  • a merger and acquisition example.

 

In the past, this reference framework was crafted based on our client's comments. With our newly released version 3.2,  we now also take into account the input from our Manufacturing Business Architecture Info Committee.  It meets several times a year to improve this reference framework.  The 15 Members of this committee are:

  • Aldo Ambrosio,  Sr. Enterprise Architect - Global Operations at Qorvo in NC USA

  • Gordon Hunt,  Enterprise Architect at Power Co (Volkswagen) in Germany

  • Kevin DiGiacomo, Enterprise Architect at Eaton in NY USA

  • Jacques Domenie, Global Director of Enterprise Architecture at Trivium Packaging in the Netherlands

  • Jeff Kramer, VP of Technology and Digital Factory at Kason Industries in GA USA

  • Jorge (Henriques) Silva, Director | Head of IT / Innovation Huf Group in Portugal

  • Maarten van Schie, Lead Solution Architect at Lely in Norway

  • Mourad Alia, Global Product Manager - Digital Solutions for Sustainable and Clean Energy Management at Hitachi Energy in France

  • Pengy Liu, Associate Director - Enterprise Information Architect at Dow in MI USA

  • Seshu Josyula, Enterprise Security Architect at Rolls-Royce in the UK

  • Shankar JP, Director - Engineering Systems and Processes at ASM in AZ USA

  • Vikas Srivastava, Head-Office of Enterprise Architecture at Mahindra Group in India

  • Vishnu Vardhan Reddy Ravula, Chief Solutions Architect Data Science Analytics & Insights at Philips in India

  • Walter Hannemann, Head of Architecture, Data & AI at FLSmidth in Denmark

  • Yash Joshi, Product Management - IoT- AI/ ML at Qualcomm in CA USA

Our Manufacturing Business Architecture Training is entirely based on this Manufacturing Business Architecture Reference Framework and Examples offered by Business Architecture Info. 

Purchase any of the following content derived from our Manufacturing Reference Framework and Examples:

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MANUFACTURING BUSINESS CAPABILITIES

The Manufacturing Business Architecture Reference Framework consists of over 2,950 business capabilities that are several levels deep. Business capabilities are segmented into 8 tiers, including Manufacturing, Client-Driven, Marketing and Sales, Human Resources, Strategy, Enterprise Support, Finance and  Accounting, and Governance and Compliance.

The Excel file includes the level, the nomenclature, a detailed description of each business capability, and cross-map relationships to value streams/value stages, and information concepts. 

Manufacturing Value Streams List

MANUFACTURING VALUE STREAMS

The Manufacturing Business Architecture Reference Framework consists of 36 customer-driven, strategic, or supporting detailed value streams, with their participating stakeholders. 18 of these value streams are linked to their enabling capabilities. 

The Excel file includes the nomenclature, a detailed description of each value stream/value stage, and cross-map relationships to business capabilities and stakeholders. 

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