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Why Two Thirds of Enterprise Architecture Projects Fail

Why Two Thirds of Enterprise Architecture Projects Fail

This is the conclusion of a study for the R otterdam U niversity carried out by J onathan B roer in the summer of 2008, ordered by BPM and E A software vendor IDS S cheer. B roer questioned 161 respondents from 89 organizations representing a range of industries about their vision and implementation of the enterprise architecture concept.

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