A Guide to ArchiMate and BIAN - Using the Case Study: ArchiBank
BIAN, the Banking Industry Architecture Network, is offering banking industry a Financial Reference model that can be used to help Banking Architects create their organization-specific Banking Architecture, based on standardized building blocks provided by BIAN. This webinar illustrates the practical use of the Financial Reference Model inspired on a real-life case using TOGAF , ArchiMate and a professional EA tool.
About Marc Lankhorst:
Marc Lankhorst is managing consultant and chief technology evangelist at BiZZdesign. He is responsible for BiZZdesign’s vision, market development, consulting and coaching on digital business design and enterprise architecture, and for spreading the word on the ArchiMate® language for enterprise architecture modeling, the Open Group standard of which he has managed the development. His expertise and interests range from enterprise and IT architecture and business process management to agile methods, portfolio management and digital business design.
Marc has written numerous scientific and business publications and he is the primary author of two books, “Enterprise Architecture at Work”, which describes the ArchiMate language, and “Agile Service Development”. Marc is a certified TOGAF9 enterprise architect, and holds an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Twente and a PhD from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
About Patrick Diedre
Patrick is a BIAN 8.0, Cobit 5, TOGAF 9.2, ArchiMate 3.0 and SFIA 6 certified enterprise architect. He has more than 20 years experience in the different domains of enterprise architecture in financial institutions, Retail, Government, Utilities, etc. . He has a master in Commercial Engineering and at the university of Leuven KULeuven and he also graduated in actuarian sciences. In 2009 he was awarded and nominated as a fellow of the university of Leuven. He is founding member and director of the Data Management Association (www.dama-belux.org), Managing Partner of Envizion (www.envizion.eu). In 2018 he started developing the BIAN Information Architecture and became a Lead Architect of BIAN (www.bian.org).