Enterprise Architecture using TOGAF

18 AeHIN members were supported to undergo the Certified Training on The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) Parts 1 and 2 to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 25 to 28 March 2014. 

With a clear IT governance framework, one very important activity that an organization will need is an enterprise architecture methodology. Enterprise architecture is the blueprint which will guide the different stakeholders on how to implement the core business of the organization.

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Bangladesh Indonesia Malaysia
  1. Fatema Uddin
  2. Muhammad Abdul Hannan Khan
  3. Mohammad Ullah
  1. Maryani Setyowati
  2. Boga Hardhana
  1. Nurhizam Safie Bin Mohd Satar
  2. Dirayana Kamarudin



Pakistan Philippines Sri Lanka
  1. Dodo Khan
  1. Jovita Aragona
  2. Dr. Clementine Bautista 
  1. Manjula Dharmawardhana
  2. Subodha Manoj




Thailand

  1. Dr. Prapat Suriyaphol
  2. Dr. Nawanan Theera-Ampornpunt 

Certified Training on The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) Parts 1 and 2

The Open Group Architectural Framework (TOGAF) is one of the certification programs on enterprise architecture that is designed to build capacity for organizations to begin documenting their core business into clear processes. It is a methodology that can be used by ministries of health to formalize their national ehealth strategy into a set of action lines based on techniques outlined in the WHO-International Telecommunication Union National eHealth Strategy Toolkit.

Once an enterprise architecture is begun, the corporation starts reaping the benefits of a well-documented set of processes such as identifying overlaps (wasted resources) and gaps (inefficient services).

Learn more abou TOGAF HERE. Overview of TOGAF 9 HERE.