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ADOit is now TOGAF® certified
The enterprise architecture suite ADOit is officially TOGAF® 9 certified.
With ADOit, the BOC Group provides professionals with an easy-to-use, intuitive and TOGAF®-compatible tool for enterprise architecture. Compelling features, such as the different role-based dashboards, make the tool appealing for architects, C-suite executives as well as non-EA roles, such as business analysts, operations managers and security officers. The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF®) is an industry architecture standard that provides EA professionals with an extensive approach for the design, planning, implementation and governance of enterprise architecture in organisations.
“ADOit being TOGAF® 9 certified simply means: ‘If you want to buy an EA tool and apply TOGAF® to your EA programme, ADOit definitely meets the industry standard’,”
ADOit covers the TOGAF® requirements and also enables users to adapt the framework to their specific requirements. Besides enterprise architecture, ADOit covers additional significant concepts, such as risk management and IT service management. This combination of management ideas makes the tool attractive for a large number of management roles.
About the BOC Group
The BOC Group is a technological leader in IT-based management tools and offers consulting services in the areas of Strategy and Performance Management, Business Process Management, IT Management and Enterprise Architecture. The BOC Group operates on an international level with the company headquarters based in Vienna and with offices in Germany, Greece, Ireland, Austria, Poland, Spain, and Switzerland.
The BOC Management Office products, especially the Business Process Management Tool ADONIS and the IT Architecture and Service Management and Enterprise Architecture Tool ADOit, are used worldwide by small and medium-sized companies as well as large enterprises.
Further information about the BOC Group can be found at:
About the Open Group
The Open Group is an international vendor- and technology-neutral consortium upon which organisations rely to lead the development of IT standards and certifications, and to provide them with access to key industry peers, suppliers and best practices. The Open Group provides guidance and an open environment in order to ensure interoperability and vendor neutrality.
Further information about The Open Group can be found at: http://www.opengroup.org.