Mavim facilitates collaborative modelling from a central repository. Due to its user-friendly Visio interface, our software requires minimal training, which accelerates the return on investment. Additionally, the Mavim platform helps enterprise architects drive business value by providing adaptable user interfaces, which facilitates cross domain analysis and decision making with a powerful reporting engine. Mavim supports the international architecture language and diagramming technique ArchiMate® .
The Foundation of a Digital Twin of an Organization
With Mavim, companies can create a dynamic, virtual representation of their organization in its operational context – what Gartner calls a Digital Twin of an Organization. Every asset that falls within the context of an organization (processes, technology, architecture, infrastructure, customer interactions, business capabilities, strategies, roles, responsibilities, products, services, distribution channels) can be connected, reported upon and visualized. Bi-directional functionality facilitates change making to both the live and virtual environments in order to keep the two worlds in sync. This helps business leaders assess the impact of change in a controlled environment.
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Mavim supports ArchiMate®, including the full notation, meta model, as well as all architectural models.
Leverage Mavim to visualize customer journeys and link them to business processes, roles & responsibilities, and IT.
Why EA with Mavim
Enterprise Architecture is an approach for capturing complex knowledge about organizations. Approaches range from broad, enterprise-wide based to approaches aimed at capturing and visualizing the knowledge of specific domains such as processes, applications, information & technology. As a discipline, the focus of enterprise architecture is shifting towards becoming more holistic, necessitating the use of comprehensive modeling tools that allow for the analysis and optimization of business strategy, operational models, business processes, tasks and activities, information flows, applications, and technology infrastructure. The future of enterprise architecture is not only holistic, but business facing. This means that any tool supporting enterprise architects needs to be able to provide functionalities of visualization of landscapes, applications, processes, and KPIs on a level of abstraction that is easy for management and non-IT users to consume. It is not about limiting enterprise architects, but about integrating their critical knowledge into the business in order to drive value.