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Enterprise Architecture and IoT – A Case Study – 14 March 2019
March 14 @ 07:00 - 09:00
South African enterprise architecture specialists, Knotion Consulting, were involved with a government agency project.
The client desired the enhancement of their business services as well as an introduction of the SMART government concept using IoT. By taking an EA approach, Knotion was able to realise the CEO’s dream of using IoT to refine service delivery to stakeholders, whilst improving Governance and real-time decision making. A 5-year strategic plan and reference architectures were developed to successfully achieve this.
Thomas Nel was the Enterprise Architect on the project. With his background as a professional engineer he will be sharing some of the key concepts, considerations, and lessons learned during the project, enabling architects to create strategic, segment and solution architecture and implementation roadmaps for a successful IoT project.
Thomas Nel received a B.Eng. (Industrial) degree from the University of Pretoria in 2008 and a B.Eng. (Industrial)(Hons) degree specialising in Business Systems Engineering from the University of Pretoria in 2013.
Thomas Nel is an Enterprise Architect, with the unique ability to understand and apply Enterprise Architecture from a system engineering point of view. He has worked across all the different domains of architecture and can hold his own from business down to the technology area. He has a practical value driven approach to architecture. Thomas’ work experience covers various industries, such as Finance, Insurance and Government. Some of the clients he has done work for include Reserve Bank, Standard Bank (supply chain), Nedbank, C-BRTA and Gautrain. Apart from covering Business Architecture, Data, Application and Technology architecture, Thomas has done Integration and Security architecture work for a client.
Using Enterprise Architecture, he has delivered the following value to clients: Business Cases, ICT Strategies, re-engineered business channels, RFP developments and assessments, and, Information and Data audits. Thomas recently fulfilled the role of Enterprise Architect on a Government Agency project that required the creation of an ICT Strategy that revolves around the implementation of IoT in the future. Thomas also has a passion for transferring knowledge through training and knowledge sharing
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