Definition - What does Enterprise Modeling mean?
Enterprise modeling is a term for the modeling of various processes, infrastructures, asset groups, or other elements of a business or organization. Enterprise modeling helps leaders to visualize what is going on within a business and how to make changes. Early forms of enterprise modeling helped analysts to fix hardware and deal with other sorts of troubleshooting. With the growing complexity of business IT infrastructures, enterprise modeling is becoming increasingly useful.
Techopedia explains Enterprise Modeling
A major part of the utility of enterprise modeling is related to the value of visuals in planning. By effectively representing structures, processes or hierarchies visually, planners can get much better information about a business and what changes would look like. Enterprise modeling software helps by automating a lot of what would otherwise have to be done manually to work up detailed and sophisticated models of complex business processes such as supply chains.
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