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Enterprise Architecture Planning

Enterprise Architecture Planning (EAP) refers to the process of designing and organizing an organization's overall technology infrastructure. It involves creating a blueprint that defines how different systems, applications, and databases will work together to support the organization's goals and objectives.

Think of EAP as the master plan for your organization's technology landscape. Just like city planners create blueprints to ensure a smooth flow of traffic and efficient infrastructure, product managers utilize EAP to align various technology components and ensure they work harmoniously. It's like building a well-oiled machine where each part plays its role seamlessly, enabling the organization to operate smoothly and achieve its desired outcomes.

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