Document Type : Research Paper

Authors

1 Research Expert

2 Faculty Member of ACECR

3 Chief of Engineering Science office

10.22034/jtd.2022.251969

Abstract

Eenterprise architecture is a concept for organizing and classifying relevant information in a field that the framework is used as a reference for preparing layers of Enterprise architecture. Due to conflicting functions, lack of proper coordination between components, lack of proper integration and redundant processes in organizations; Infrastructure engineering and enterprise architecture is essential and vital for organizations to operate with maximum efficiency. In this research, Zachman framework has been used for engineering the technological infrastructure of the administrative and public affairs department of the East Azerbaijan ACECR. The present study is applied in terms of purpose and survey-analytical in terms of data collection method. The statistical population is all the personnel of East Azerbaijan ACECR. The statistical sample of the representatives introduced in the East Azerbaijan ACECR units is. This research has been done in 4 phases. In phases 1 and 2, the first and second layers of enterprise architecture have been completed by identifying processes, documenting and modeling processes through specialized interview sessions. In Phase 3, during the preparation of the enterprise architecture maturity questionnaire, the impact layer of data and information layer, information technology and business through Smart PLS software is presented. In the final phase, the Zachman model presented for managing administrative and public affairs, which the main processes of the organization are in, and has more communication with other units, in the field of planning, the organizational model and the system model. The results of engineering the technology infrastructure of the organization are to provide the desired strategies in order to improve the current situation. Also, by examining the effect of data and information layer, information technology and business layer on the state of architectural maturity of the organization, information technology with a path coefficient of 0.227, access to information and data with a path coefficient of 0.399 and business processes were observed. Working with a path coefficient of 0.367 has a positive and significant effect on organizational maturity. Finally, it can be said that the implementation of enterprise architecture in the University Jihad Organization improves the level of effective indicators in management and technology.

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