Direct & Continuous collaboration with a single language from idea to software in production
Labnaf is a software and unified framework for visualizing your enterprise and for driving transformations. It brings productivity, consistency and cross-discipline collaboration by unifying and extending standards into one single process, modeling language and software.
Labnaf helps you understand your organization, envision its future, plan transformations and describe architecture solutions using multi-dimensional models, charts, analysis and reports. You can also optimize the impact of your communication by using C-level dashboards and navigation accessible anywhere.
The software is implemented as a robust Sparx Systems’ Enterprise Architect software extension.
Labnaf Key Features
Unified Standards – Unified Framework – Unified Disciplines for Driving Transformation
- Strategy and architecture standards have been unified into a single process and modeling language. These standards include ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010, IT4IT, TOGAF, Archimate, BPMN, PESTEL Analysis, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, Business Model Generation, Strategy Map & Balanced Scorecard, SAFe, Gartner EA Stage Planning and BIZBOK.
ONE single tool and repository implementing the process and modeling language
- The Labnaf strategy and architecture process, the modeling language and the repository structure are independent of their software implementation.
- The current software implementation is provided as a robust Sparx Enterprise Architect software extension. Sparx is the most common, yet very affordable, modeling platform (more than 800 000 licenses worldwide).
Public Educational Material (enriched every week)
Unified Transformation Process
The process is used for driving changes to the enterprise. It can be seen as a full implementation of the IT “Strategy to Portfolio” value stream, which is the first step in the IT Value Chain, as defined in the IT4IT standard.
“The Open Group IT4IT™ Reference Architecture is a standard reference architecture for managing the business of IT. It uses a value chain approach to create a model of the functions that IT performs to help organizations identify the activities that contribute to business competitiveness.”
Communicate with impact thanks to C-level dashboards and navigation accessible anywhere
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