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  • Modelling the Insurance Enterprise

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    Insurance companies can use TOGAF® and the ArchiMate® language to manage their Enterprise

     

    Architectures while using the ACORD® framework and standards to standardize their operations, integrate their applications, and streamline partner interaction. The Open Group has therefore been collaborating with the ACORD insurance standards organization to develop methods of using these paradigms together.

     

    This White Paper shows that the ACORD framework and standards complement TOGAF and the ArchiMate language.

     

    It is therefore directed at managers, architects, and designers that serve the insurance industry or have an interest in integrating the TOGAF and ArchiMate standards with industry architectures.

     

    This White Paper supports The Open Group vision of Boundaryless Information Flow by facilitating the development of capabilities for efficient and accurate information exchange across insurance systems and organizations.]

     

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    The Open Group is a supplier-neutral and technology-neutral consortium spanning all sectors of the IT community - IT customers, systems and solutions suppliers, tool vendors, integrators and consultants, as well as academia and researchers.

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