Responding to a Pandemic: Moving from basic EA to Business Architecture - Ben Murray-Robertson, Anglian Water
In this presentation, Ben Murray-Robertson discusses Anglian Water's approach to their response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how they moved from basic EA to Business Architecture. This presentation was given as part of BiZZdesigns 2020 Virtual Conference - "Unlocking Organizational Value in the Face of COVID19"
About Ben Murray-Robertson:
Ben has a 22 year tenure with Anglian Water. Beginning his career as a telemetry engineer and moving through various engineering roles until he became an Infrastructure Architect in 2014. # years ago, in 2017, he moved from Infrastructure Architecture into Enterprise Architecture, a role in which he currently service for Anglian Water.
About Anglian Water: Anglian Water is a water company that operates in the East of England. It came into existence in 1979 as part of the partial privatisation of the water industry. It took on the water supply, sewerage and sewage treatment responsibilities of Anglian Water Authority. They supply 4.3 million people with high-quality drinking water, and collect used water from over 6 million across their region. They operate 143 water treatment works, supplying over 1 billion litres of water every day to 2.5 million households and 110,000 businesses and control and maintain 38,185 km (23,727 miles) of water mains. They directly or indirectly employ more than 11,000 people.