Atul Apte

The age of transformation is upon us. And for corporate IT departments, supporting and sustaining enterprise architecture requires a fundamentally new approach.

Transformative Enterprise Architecture has the solution. It presents a new methodology that boldly redefines the characteristics and competencies that every large-scale IT team must develop to function successfully. Topics include:

• Establishing a mature enterprise architecture system with an eye toward continuous improvement
• Ensuring the economic sustainability of IT infrastructure
• Staying agile in an era of uncertainty

Written especially for CIOs, CTOs, and other corporate stakeholders, Transformative Enterprise Architecture goes beyond frameworks, tools, processes, and patterns. It can help your organization survive and thrive in these times of rapid change, disruptive innovation, and intense competition.

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About the Author

Atul Apte has twenty-five years of IT experience and a proven record of accomplishment in software engineering, solution development, technology innovation, enterprise architecture, and intellectual property management. His experience also includes leading and managing multimillion-dollar projects in the banking, finance, high-tech, and health-care industries.

Passionate about improving people’s lives through technology, Apte holds several patent-pending inventions. He has authored two books and several white papers on the integration of enterprise systems, next-generation enterprise architecture, cognitive thinking, and brainstorming techniques.

His personal interests include astronomy, nature photography, and philosophy. He also enjoys listening to classical music and jazz.

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