Thematix was founded in 2011 to bring together the best minds in semantic technologies, business and information architecture, and traditional software engineering, to uniquely address practical problems in business operations, product development and marketing.
When you work with Thematix, you work directly with principals, rather than associates or understudies. These are people at the top of their field in the realms of knowledge representation, business strategy and architectural modeling. As a consequence, you and your team arrive at better answers, faster and with greater certainty and higher quality.
Digital Transformation is difficult because it affects everyone and everything in the company. Business Architecture lets you create a model and an abstraction, with common vocabulary, to make it possible to align the company with the customer. Everything else becomes a detail. More: https://goo.gl/SCXsNY The difficulty of innovating is most often in the execution. A common problem is the
“We picture facts to ourselves….A picture is a model of reality….A picture is a fact.” – Wittgenstein It is striking that business people have only since the early 2000s acquired a language with which to picture their business to themselves. It is all the more astounding that business schools still do not teach these first principles; as if they were teaching physics
Showing up is 80% of life. — Woody Allen Thematix is building on its considerable experience developing and teaching business architecture to offer an online and in-person course of instruction designed to teach business people, both technical and non-technical, what they need to know to become a “Certified Business Architect®”.1 The online course, described in greater detail here, is unique in that it combines
I’m a week out of the 5th Annual Business Architecture Innovation Summit & Business Architecture Reference Model Workshop and may now have enough distance from the event to offer some useful reflections on the meeting and on the future of business architecture. The meeting is put on every year by the Business Architecture Guild, a group that has the feel of
“The concepts of business architecture offer generative abstractions. They are among the most well-developed and universal of business abstractions, useful and comprehensible across all businesses. Business architecture provides common terms for addressing the what, who, how and why of allbusinesses, so that we can agree (or disagree) on our descriptions of particulars. It provides for an essentially complete model of all