Ardoq Launches Enterprise Architecture Modeling Platform

Ardoq, a software company reinventing enterprise architecture, is launching Scenarios, enabling organizations to model multiple future states in a scalable, data-driven, and collaborative way.

Ardoq’s Scenarios has taken the lessons learned from collaborative code development and applied them to a data-driven approach for modeling enterprise-wide change.

Architects can now branch and model any number of potential futures, run differential analysis, simulate the impact of change, and share their findings at scale.

Scenarios is the latest feature release to Ardoq’s next gen EA platform, which enables customers to engage and connect stakeholders across the organization with business-friendly visualizations understandable to all.

Ardoq brings a new approach to old problems, delivering:

  • Flexibility in design and analysis that moves EA beyond rigid, academic frameworks
  • Automation that removes time-consuming, manual data collection and consumption
  • Collaboration that enables teams across the organization to address changes in real time, and easily share insights that lead to better decision making at the business level
  • Data-driven and automated visualizations, graph reporting and simulation that is unachievable with legacy EA tools

“Today’s architects need solutions that can keep up with the fast-paced, iterative, and experimental approaches that come with agile change across the enterprise,” said Ian Stendera, Ardoq’s Vice president of product. “Scenarios is the next phase in our commitment to ensuring enterprise architecture plays a key role in strategic business decisions. We help EAs build a bridge between business and IT with actionable and measurable roadmaps that can change just as quickly as strategic priorities.”

Scenarios also streamlines the process of creating multiple future states—which has historically been a clunky, burdensome process.

Instead of having to maintain multiple copies of their data with slight variations, architects can create a branch, keep it in sync, and then model the changes within without becoming disconnected from ongoing changes that may impact their projects.

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