Proposal for the definition of enterprise architecture

  • Carlos Hernán González Campo Universidad del Valle
  • Jonathan Lozano Oviedo Universidad del Valle


The Enterprise Architecture (AE) is one of the most important elements that is taking place within organizations, considering it a strategic mechanism that drives companies to achieve the strategic objectives proposed by senior management, by aligning business strategy with its basic organizational components: people, processes, technology and applications. In the present article an investigation is made about the AE, presenting its definition, the State of the Art, components, methodologies, tools of the AE, frames of reference, among others; The methodology used is based on the documentary analysis and review of the literature, as a study technique. Finally, a proposal to define the AE is established, considering what has been researched in the literature, and some relevant conclusions of the study are presented.

Author Biography

Jonathan Lozano Oviedo, Universidad del Valle

Ingeniero industrial

Magister en Administración

Estudiante de Doctorado Universidad de Chile


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