You Don't Need to Be Big to Benefit from Architecture

Posted December 22, 2009 | Technology |

Last week, while in a discussion about architecture, someone in the group said, "We don't really have architecture, we're not big enough to justify the cost." Unfortunately, this is a common misconception about the size of a company and the value of architecture. Actually, it is often smaller companies that can demonstrate the benefits most quickly.

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Mike Rosen
Mike Rosen is a Cutter Expert and a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. He is an accomplished architect, analyst, and technical leader with extensive experience in digital transformation, enterprise architecture, business architecture, service-oriented architecture, product strategy and development, software architecture, consulting and mentoring, distributed technologies, and industry standards. Mr. Rosen has 40 years'… Read More
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