The IRIS Manufacturing Business Architecture Framework is now available for the following types of manufacturers: consumer package goods, large equipment, textile, clothing, petroleum, chemicals, plastics, mineral, machinery, computer and electronics, appliances, and components. It includes the following:
- over 850 business capabilities;
- over 430 information concepts, many of them linked to business capabilities;
- 32 detailed value streams all with their participating stakeholders, and 8 with their enabling business capabilities;
- over 100 typical manufacturing stakeholders, most of them linked to value stages among others;
- about 19 typical business units/departments, linked to business capabilities;
- over 35 typical products and services;
- over 1,300 cross-map relationships;
- over 200 automatically updated diagrams according to your latest changes (sample here);
- a product/service launch example; and
- a merger & acquisition example.
The framework is delivered with over 830 business capabilities, complete with their titles and descriptions. Many of these capabilities are linked to value stages, information concepts and to the different units of a typical communication service provider organization. The framework also comes with 36 level 1 business capabilities with their corresponding children up to 7 levels deep. About 170 business capabilities are strategic oriented, over 340 are customer-facing oriented, and over 310 are support oriented.
The IRIS Manufacturing Business Architecture Framework also includes 32 detailed value streams diagrams, complete with value stream and value stage descriptions, as shown in the diagram below. All value streams and value stages include their triggering and participating stakeholders.
This framework also includes 8 customer-facing value streams with their enabling business capabilities, as shown in the diagram below.
The IRIS Manufacturing Business Architecture Framework is delivered with over 370 information concepts, complete with their titles and descriptions. All information concepts in this framework are linked to their corresponding business capabilities. It is also delivered with a Manufacturer Organization Chart that includes about 19 typical business units, over 35 products and services typically offered by a Manufacturer and over 100 stakeholders typically involved with a Manufacturer.
Finally, The IRIS Manufacturing Business Architecture Framework comes with 2 examples; first, a product/service launch to the millennial market example, and second, a merger and acquisition example.
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Please note that our Manufacturing Digital Transformation Using Enterprise and Business Architecture Webinar is made with this framework.