“One Manufacturer”: Harmonization Strategies for Global Companies

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How to align enterprise architecture with corporate strategy. Recently, we have seen many global manufacturers running a “One Manufacturer” or “One M” program, where “M” is typically the name of the manufacturer. The objective of these programs is to harmonize all or parts of the organization and rationalize the application landscape. But what are the […]

How to align enterprise architecture with corporate strategy.

Recently, we have seen many global manufacturers running a “One Manufacturer” or “One M” program, where “M” is typically the name of the manufacturer. The objective of these programs is to harmonize all or parts of the organization and rationalize the application landscape.

But what are the different strategies behind the design and implementation of these programs? What benefits can companies expect to achieve? And what are the critical success factors for a One program? This research-based whitepaper addresses these questions – and more.

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