The Opportunities to Develop Enterprise System Architecture and Make-Use of Big Data

4 min readDec 21, 2021

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The development of information and communication technology has promoted globalization and the integration of the economy. The free flow of information has enabled the allocation of various resources throughout society wisely. The more the social specialization has become more organized, the more efficient and vigorous the social economy.

While science and technology promote social development, there is a more uncertain business environment for an enterprise. Enterprises need to have the ability to respond quickly to changes, solve the social and economic transition problems, to form an environment-adaptive management system with continuous operational optimization with the adoption of technology.


To solve the above problems, an enterprise first needs to have the following ways of thinking and implement a system architecture design,

  1. Upgrade the business model from a value chain to a value network model. The value network model requires companies to integrate and realize the business potential of each business component and reduce the wastage in between operational activities.
  2. Upgrade the IT architecture from a single monolithic architecture to service-oriented architecture (SOA). The SOA regards business capabilities and IT capabilities as a kind of service, enabling both internal and external enterprises to interact through services.
  3. The data will be the core asset to promote the development of enterprises. It is because data can help companies recognize the needs of the market, customers, suppliers, partners, operational activities, employees so that the enterprise can take appropriate actions.
  4. Data visualization like a dashboard can be used to understand the close relationship between operational activities and analytical activities. Analytical activities are responsible for thinking, planning, and decision-making, meanwhile, operational activities…