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“inspiring and less (if any) bullshit bingo as expected” - Technical Architect, Freshfields, UK, Sep 2010

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“Yes - Need to know ” - consulant, Interway, Slovakia, Jan 2015

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92% of People Would Recommend to others.

(And out of the 8% that wouldn’t, 95% of the reason was because they didn’t know it well enough to recommend it)

We asked all our Licensees....

Would you recommend PEAF to others?

These are ALL their responses gathered from three survey's (2015, 2012 and 2010)

Quotes are un-abridged, un-edited, un-filtered and therefore provide a true account of people's views, both positive and negative. Spelling mistakes and all.

“ Yes - PEAF has a down to earth holistic enterprise approach that makes EA goals and approach understandable by stakeholders, management and practitioners ”

- EA, Independent EA, Greece, Feb 2015

“ Yes - easy to be understood ”

- IT Head, CAS, Indonesia, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Very clear method ”

- BLANCO, BCV, Venezuela, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Provides structures ”

- Business Architect, ING banking, Netherlands, Feb 2015

“ Yes - ENGAGING WITH and SELLING TO both c suite and coalface is put at heart of PEAF ”

- Developer, TMTB, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - For agility ”

- CEO, Assist Consultores de Sistemas S.A., Colombia, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It is a great straight forward place to start looking into EA. The concept are straightforward and both easy to apply and understand. ”

- ICT Architect, Essential Energy, Australia, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Easy to understand - straightforward. ”

- Solutions Architect, Boral, Australia, Feb 2015

“ Yes - templates ”

- student, Open university, Belgium, Feb 2015

“ Yes - PEAF takes a practical approach to enterprise architecture. Breaks it into easy pieces to digest and utilize. ”

- Solutions Architect, Board of Equalization, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - For small and medium scale enterprises PEAF can be a potential alternative to TOGAF for fast track implementation of EA with due diligence and high level maturity standards. ”

- ARCHITECT, COGNIZANT, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Easy of use ”

- Partner, Mytime, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - I am new to EA and POET/PEAF training establishes a strong framework to build on for new EAs. ”

- senior business analyst, Board of Equalization, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It's useful and not expensive for personal use ”

- Enterprise Architect, Co-operators Group Ltd. , Canada, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It's good framework ”

- Solution Architect, Citco, India, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Makes conceptual thinking practical ”

- Solution Architect, B/CAO, Netherlands, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It is more accessible than "full" TOGAF ”

- Director, Mickelburgh Consultancy Ltd, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - I think its a foundation. ”

- Director of Technology, Selerium Ltd, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - in EA there is a huge opportunity to pull the best from multiple methodologies. ”

- Consultant, ws3rd, LLC, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Simplicity and holistic perspective ”

- Office for Quality Assurance, Polytechnic Institute of Santar, Portugal, Feb 2015

“ No - I only have given PEAF a cursory look. I don't know enough about it to recommend it. ”

- Chief Architect, Deutsche Bahn, Germany, Feb 2015

“ Yes - simplicity ”

- Development Manager, CMC Markets, UK, Feb 2015

“ No - Not intended negatively. I simply don't have the practical experience and tried to answer the question honestly. ”

- Senior Business Consultant, KPN, Netherlands, Feb 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Information Architect, Department of Justice and Attorney General's Office, Australia, Feb 2015

“ No - I have not yet given the proper time for end to end insigth ”

- IT Architect, Private Person, Sweden, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Knowledge ”

- Mgr - EA BSS, Etisalat, UAE, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Because of it's logical and pragmatic approach to EA. I find it less academic than some of the other frameworks. ”

- Enterprise Solution Architect, TFG, South Africa, Feb 2015

“ Yes - PEAF provides a systemic way to align and optimize all Enterprise resources and increase benefits. ”

- Software Architect, IIDEA Solutions, Mexico, Feb 2015

“ No - Really don't know much about PEAF - should educate myself more. ”

- Student, Athabasca University, Canada, Feb 2015

“ Yes - integrated process ”

- bashyam, TX Edu, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It's an easy to use and understand for the entire organization, and good to focus managers in their implementation ”

- Software Architect, BMV, Mexico, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Because of simplicity ”

- Holly, Interway, s.r.o., Slovakia, Feb 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is easy to understand and it΄s applyable to my organization. ”

- Coordenador de Governan, SERPRO, Brazil, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Concise and re-usable and do not need to go through other frameworks in detail ”

- Security Architect, Visa Europe, UK, Feb 2015

“ No - It is not suited for the business I work in ”

- Advisor Identity and Access Architecture, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Netherlands, Feb 2015

“ Yes - to my frend ”

- jbs, ceta, France, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It's a systematic approach, so the chance is good you don't forget something important. (But I'm quite sure there are other valid approaches on the market to use alternatively...) ”

- Owner, ippon!Soft, Germany, Feb 2015

“ No - not familiar enough with PEAF ”

- Enterprise Architect, Catalina Marketing, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - 1)Clear guidance for Enterprise Architecture initiative that an organization can adopt and adapt more straightforward than other frameworks. ”

- Theodoropoulos, Self-employed, Greece, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Well supported ”

- ICT Strategy Consultant, Gratia ICT Projects Advisory, South Africa, Feb 2015

“ Yes - a. Provides a good roadmap for transformation b. Vendor and technology neutral c. Simplifies the EA artifacts d. Most comprehensive framework ”

- Consultant, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, India, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Because it is lighter than other frameworks. ”

- Senior .Net Developer, Akanda Innovation, Canada, Feb 2015

“ Yes - I am aware that it is broadly in line with Zachman, plus using a framework is very helpful to architects. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Doug Walters & Associates, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - I have not gone deep into PEAF, as my org. is following a corporate EA framework based on Zachman and TOGAF, but i would anyway recommend having another view on practicing EA. ”

- Business Development Manager, ENC, Macedonia, Feb 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- MBA Student, Institut Sup, France, Feb 2015

“ No - Not familiar enough with its effectiveness to render an informed recommendation. ”

- Chief Business Analyst and EVP, IIBA, Canada, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Easy to understand ”

- Architect, The MITRE Corporation, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - PEAF has helped me apply Zachman EA Framework. ”

- Committee Volunteer, Four Seasons at Historic Virginia, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - its simplicity ”

- Consultant, Golsoft, Iran, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It presents a good frame of reference for beginning an EA program in an organization. ”

- President, Future Tech Systems, Inc., USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Gives a realistic, ready to use template ”

- madhavan, consultancy, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It's rather easy to understand and get a grip of what EA can provide ”

- Consultant, Sogeti Sverige AB, Sweden, Feb 2015

“ Yes - A good source for EA information. ”

- Enterprise Architect, NYS Insurance Fund, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - I would recommend that they take a look at it in conjunction with other frameworks. ”

- Mitchell, Rady Children's Hospital - San Diego, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - I find having frameworks, standards, and benchmarks valuable to either introduce, use ,or to start the right conversations to understand what the organization needs. It's a very good toolset for these conversations. ”

- Service officer, University of Pennsylvania, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Is a valuable alternative/complement to other frameworks ”

- Consultant, Portugal Telecom, Portugal, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It's always about learning new perspectives and share knowledge to help advance the field of enterprise architecture. ”

- Senior Business Analyst, Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Canada, Feb 2015

“ Yes - I think it is a more an easier framwork to pick up that others ”

- Solution Architect, HealthNow New York, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Interesting framework, to be adapted to non-american companies ”

- Group Enterprise Architect, Yves Rocher, France, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Understood via one material, no need to follow links to there and everywhere ... ”

- research, University of Turku, Finland, Feb 2015

“ Yes - PEAF provides a very good intro and start-point for EA practice (i.e. practice much more than theory) POET provides a consistent overview of how all the parts of an enterprise and its EA interact and support each other ”

- Principle, 0, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Good explanations and helps to get buy-in ”

- INTERESTED PARTY, ME AT HOME, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - like as name; not only theoric ; it is pragmatic.. ”

- K, Halkbank, Turkey, Feb 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- BPM Manager, Richemont, Swizerland, Feb 2015

“ Yes - enablement to implement and run a solid EA enviroment ”

- Pre Sales Spesialist, Business Connexions, South Africa, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It seems to be more simple & having good examples ”

- Architect, NA, India, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Using a framework that's used by other architects will be helpful personally, and for growth in the industry ”

- Lee, LHSE , Canada, Feb 2015

“ Yes - More accessible and practical than TOGAF ”

- Consultant, 0, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Although I wouldn't use PEAF in its entireity, there are a number of useful resources that can be integrated into your EA efforts. Additionally, it can sometimes provide some inisights that may have taken longer otherwise. ”

- Enterprise Architect, New Zealand Defence, New Zealand, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Much better starting place than TOGAF or the US standards ”

- Head of Enterprise Architecture, John Schlesinger, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It semplifies thr EA apptoach and time to apply is reduced. ”

- CTO, HP, Italy, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Provides great breadth of understanding of EA and a starter pack of artefacts to kick start the standards and governance initiative. ”

- Enterprise Solutions Architect, 0, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - The starting process and materials for key stakeholder engagement ”

- n/a, n/a, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Structure and easily understood approach ”

- Director, Business Integration and Transformation, Department of Commerce, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Its a model which can be understood and implemented with minimal effort compared to other toolks ”

- IT MANAGER, ABU DHABI URBAN PLANNING COUNCIL, UAE, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It is more practical hence recommending to others but still looking for real time mapping examples and case studies ”

- Sr. Manager - EA/PE, FulcrumWW, India, Feb 2015

“ No - I don't know enough about it ”

- Galal, AG&D, Canada, Feb 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Business Architecture, EA Services, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - The development of an enterprise architecture different methodologies needed to adapt to business ”

- Project Architect, BCP, Peru, Feb 2015

“ No - I don't know enough about it yet. ”

- Planning Manager, Washington State Patrol, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - PEAF creates an architectural link from EA to the project architectural/design solutions ”

- Head of Enterprise Architecture, Clingstone Ltd. , UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is an implementable methodology as opposed to a framework that requires a methodology to be generated. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Self Employed, Australia, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Cost, easy to implement. ”

- Enterprise architect, stg, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - . ”

- unemployed at present, none, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Plain language and down-to-earth vision of EA ”

- Enterprise Architect Advisor, Industrielle-Alliance, Canada, Feb 2015

“ Yes - The peaf is logical and accessible. ”

- Advisor, Various NZ Public Sector Entities, New Zealand, Feb 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is approachable, self-contained and complete. It's also applicable in the real world, and is clearly the product of a practising EA. A nameless other methodology that starts with a T ends in an F is none of the above. ”

- Director, Metacircular Limited, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - I recommend that people investigate a range of frameworks ”

- Change Consultant, N/A, UK, Feb 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Architect, HP, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It provides a logical construct for both architects and management in user friendly terminology. It is very useful. ”

- EA Consultant, Enterprise Architecture Perspectives Inc., Canada, Feb 2015

“ No - I don't know enough ”

- Longobardi, Giampiero Longobardi, Italy, Feb 2015

“ Yes - 1. Purpose/Goal driven 2. Well organized and well described 3. Solid set of material to use as a starting point ”

- EA Practitioner, Enterprise Endeavors, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - simple and different approach ”

- Solution Architect, Vincent Saulnier, Canada, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It offers a much simpler approach. ”

- Infrastructure Architect, HP, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It's Complete ”

- Technical Architect, Venkatesh, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - another/ an additional view compared to TOGAF ”

- Architect, non commercial, Germany, Feb 2015

“ Yes - Great framework for communicating scope and impact of EA that other models have trouble doing ”

- Consultant, Schilders Consulting, USA , Feb 2015

“ No - I don't know its benefits exactly ”

- PhD student, ADFA, Australia, Feb 2015

“ Yes - I think PEAF is a solid framework and process. My current belief is that EA, like many things, is all in the interpretation and execution. Given the right organizational and technology circumstances, PEAF is a great option. However, as we have all s ”

- EA, TBD, USA, Feb 2015

“ Yes - It Is a very simple framework ”

- student, Independent Consultant, Brazil, Feb 2015

“ Yes - it is straightforward, simple to understand and complete without being overbearing or unwieldy ”

- independent oracle dba, independent, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - PEAF addresses the people aspects within an enterprise and is not technology focussed. In my previous role as an infrastructure architect often the most difficult aspect of my work involved getting buy-in from teams and people - the technology aspe ”

- Managing Director, Sonticus Limited, UK, Feb 2015

“ Yes - I found PEAF at my previous job and I found it to be helpful in exposing EA to various stakeholders. ”

- Consultant, Andrew Falciani, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - straight forward and has appropriate focus on business strategy vs technical architecture ”

- individual EA specialist, Independent Consultant, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF CAN BE A GOOD START FOR THE OLD AND THE YOUNG ”

- IT Consultant, Ian Lashley, Sweden, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Heagren, Inland Revenue, New Zealand, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Provides the critical foundation and fundamentals of the ontological necessity of EA in conjunction with an EA methodology. ”

- Enterprise Solutions Architect, State of Montana/IT Services Division, USA, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Principle Architect, 0, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Good structure. Good communication. Good process. Seems workable, and some of the concepts helped me. ”

- Owner, Zenkoda, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Relatively easier to understand and pragmatic in approach, but it lacks reference model. ”

- Principal Architect, Cognizant Technology Solutions, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Compared to TOGAF it is easier to translate and requires less patience to grasp. ”

- Consultant, 2BCRD Ltd, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - One shop approach not covering only the pure EA but also some areas by others seen as "out-of-bounds" for EA (albeit missed few things). Less academic than TOGAF. ”

- Consultant, Own, Czech Republic, Jan 2015

“ No - Don't know enough about it yet. ”

- Business Architect, Xchanging, UK, Jan 2015

“ No - Lack of knowledge about PEAF ”

- Student, Penn State University, Chile, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is a very intuitive and professional EA tool ”

- Senior Enterprise Architect, Department of National Defence, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is easier to follow than many of its competition ”

- Enterprise Architect, Independent Consultant, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is enterprise wide, business agnostic, vendor and consultancy independent and a technology neutral framework. ”

- EA Consultant, FRCC, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Ease of use & less complex ”

- Systems Analyst, University of Pretoria, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Efficient and agile compare to other EA frameworks ”

- Senior Architect, softwre service, india, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Systems Architect, Community Links, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Practical resource when getting started. Easy to use ”

- Business Architect / Consultant, Clarity Managment Group, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - An EA program is a long and complicate work. With PEAF, we have a new approach, neither complex as TOGAF nor simple as several dynamic or light-weight architecture. That's a good way to start and to go further in developing EA. ”

- Head of IT infrastructure division, AITA, MIC - Vietnam, Vietnam, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Zachman provides a series of tools, emphasizing the descriptive. POET pays attention to continuity, all the methods from a closed loop; in addition, POET attention to corporate culture, which is driving changes in the core, though it sometimes is th ”

- IT Manager, JOEONE Company Limited, China, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Like the title - its pragmatic. ”

- VP, IT Strategy and Architecture, Avery Dennison, USA, Jan 2015

“ No - I don't have enough experience applying PEAF ”

- Executive Coordinator Service Planning, Gold Coast City council, Australia, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Individual, Paul Lund, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It seems straight forward ”

- Enterprise Architect, Superpartners, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - The "P": Pragmatic. Pragmatism is often lacking in "textbook" EA practices and practitioners... PEAF attempts to address this! ”

- Enterprise Architect, Unnamed (personal education), Canada, Jan 2015

“ No - I dont have a full understanding of PEAF. ”

- Application Architect, AXA PPP Healthcare, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Useful tool ”

- Architect, Glencairn Consulting, UK, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Solution Architect, Fujitsu, Netherlands, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It complements other frameworks such as Zachman ”

- consultant, self, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - because it is very simple to understand ”

- individual consultant, Infralife, Brazil, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Useful and practical (pragmatic) ”

- Principal, John Cheffy and Associates LLC, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Easier to understand than some other approaches; more practical than some; Would use in combination with others things e.g. business model canvas. And would recommend using Archi's in-built canvas generator to create/adapt PEAF and other canvases (e ”

- Olivier, IEC, The University of Bolton, UK, Jan 2015

“ No - Already too many frameworks ”

- IT Consultant, Independent Consultant, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Accessible, pragmatic, concepts that resonate with issues they already see ”

- Global Head of Architecture, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Practical, Easy to Implement, TOGAF Compliance, Zachman Compliance, EA Holistic Coverage ”

- Project & Management Architect Advisor, Management & Quality, Colombia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - The materials and models are so much more understandable and logical than other EA frameworks. The outcomes are so much more usable for business, data, and technology staff. Thank you! John Specht john.specht@hca.wa.gov ”

- Enterprise Architect Manager, Washington State Health Care Authority, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - any structured approach is better than none ; then one should not overinvest, and one should stay critical... (you asked for it) ”

- Consultant, IN TERRIS, France, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Zachman falls short in providing ANY guidance in developing or using processes to collect and generate primitives. Oftentimes said primitives are contained in composites that many organizations already possess - or have other IT initiatives that co ”

- Enterprise Architect, Self, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - conceptual view on EA, holistic ”

- Zuzak, RWE Ceska republika, Czech Republic, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It's pragmatic, but at the same time, has a lot of technical language that could not be useful to present or engage PEAF with business managers ”

- Student, Uniandes, Colombia, Jan 2015

“ No - Don't have strong 1st hand experience to recommend it. I have mentioned/suggested others look into it, however ”

- Enterprise Architect, Christiana Care Health System, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Easy way to move ahead with EA ”

- EA Architect, Holcim, Spain, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I find it a refreshing view on the topic that needs to be exposed to more people ”

- Director, Energy Consulting Solutions Limited, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - its educational - better to know more about the alternatives and then decide ”

- Enterprise Solution Architect, Allstate, Ireland, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Because of many community online. ”

- Student, Private, Brazil, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is worth consideration ”

- Solution Manager, Atos, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is easy to understand and well organized. ”

- Consultant, Inmetro, Brazil, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Pragmatic approach ”

- Sr Consultant, ADP, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - driven by architects, rather than big business. ”

- IT Architect, Scottish & Southern Energy, UK, Jan 2015

“ No - Not enough PEAF knowledge yet, learning it myself. ”

- Director Enterprise Architecture, Barco, Belgium, Jan 2015

“ Yes - useful to understand how to implement EA ”

- Chief Architect, TCS, Switzerland, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Because it provides a more practical approach than other frameworks. ”

- Software Engineer, N/A, Greece, Jan 2015

“ Yes - EA is more politics and power play if/when you really push it in the strategic direction. The engineering faoundation (PEAF, Zachman, +++ et.al) is just a basic necessity. ”

- Chief Arhitect, Statkraft, Norway, Jan 2015

“ Yes - because of its efficiency ”

- Project Manager, MAK, Kuwait, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Well presented and easy to understand. ”

- Enterprise Architect, MWEB, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - it is an easy framework to use and understand ”

- Principal Architect, SARS, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - well-defined framework ”

- AIRCHITECT, Independent Consultant, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Not sure! As not enough knowledge yet. ”

- Infrastructure Architect, Dubai Customs, UAE, Jan 2015

“ No - don't know much about it ”

- Technical Advisor, Chesapeake Energy, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Not as simple as Zachmann but complete enough to really help without having to overwhelm users like Togaf. PEAF is really the best alternative to EA. ”

- Sr. Integration Architect, Self Use, Switzerland, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Just because it is another framework to take ideas from. ”

- Software developer, Hexaid, Argentina, Jan 2015

“ Yes - From my readings and reviews of what PEAF offers, it is apparent that care has gone into assuring the quality of the collateral and the level of individuals and contributors involved are of the highest calibre. ”

- Strategy Consultant, Dimension Data, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- architect, Consulting, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It's a excelent EA framework. ”

- ARQUITECTO DE SOLUCION, QUANTUM DATA SYSTEMS, Colombia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is pragmatic :) It is practical without being too ideal to be implemented ”

- Enterprise Architect, Self, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Seems simple and usable. Have unfortunately not have time to look at it for a couple of years. ”

- Management Consultant, Cordial Business Advisers, Sweden, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Its good. ”

- Chief Architect, Personal, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF provides you with the knowledge and skills to increase the chance of success for your EA efforts, since it has been built on considering the key points of failure and how to mitigate against these risks. ”

- VP Marketing & Business Development, Elyon Strategies, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It's easy to understand compared to other frameworks ”

- Managing Partner, Pearl Touch International, Kenya, Jan 2015

“ Yes - popularity, succintness ”

- Information Systems Specialist, MetLife Bank, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Concise and essential for activating EA initiatives ”

- business analyst, Sinesy, Italy, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Useful as another EA option ”

- Consultant, Self-employed, Ireland, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Because it contains a few interesting elements which I do not find in other frameworks like TOGAF. ”

- Business Architect, Gfi, Belgium, Jan 2015

“ Yes - as the p suggest it is pragmatic which removes a common barrier to adoption by most organisations which is being overwhelmed with complexity (perceived or real) ”

- Consultant, Votar, Australia, Jan 2015

“ No - Not enough personal experience using it ”

- n/a, n/a, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - The answer is in the name... ”

- Strategic consultant, Alithis, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - its a good framework for a newly established office that helps you take action and establish your office. ”

- Chief Enterprise Architect, Board of Equalization, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I don't have yet sufficient knowledgement on PEAF so to recommend or not to others (but in the previous question I just had the yes/no option) ”

- Directora General - Miembro de la Comisi, Poder Legislativo del Uruguay, Uruguay, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Because it might be a more practical approach to convince stakeholders to EA ”

- IT Architect, Petrobras, Brazil, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Seriously I don't know .. However I liked it .. I may recommend all my architects to spend some time and understand PEAF and ask them to come back whether we can use it for our customers. Since they have very depth knowledge on the Business processe ”

- Senior Architect, SLK Software Services Pvt LTD, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - While no single framework addresses all needs or suits all cases, every one including PEAF has something to offer. ”

- Enterprise Architect, 407 ETR, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Easy ”

- Consultant, Freelance, France, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It helps the Business people understand more about the technology and the technology people understand more about the business - even its it only the touch points ”

- Student, Student, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Useful source of information and a resource to support understanding EA ”

- Beard, Symbionics, Germany, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It's an alternative to TOGAF ”

- Manager, Deloitte, Argentina, Jan 2015

“ Yes - because it is very pragmatic. ”

- ceo, Agile New Thinkers, Iran, Jan 2015

“ Yes - New interesting approach / traditional EA framework ”

- Enterprise Architect, Solucom, France, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is a provides a clear view of the core objectives and approach to EA ”

- Director, Orenda Associates, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - More pragmatic, less academic and prescriptive. ”

- chief architect/director, acting as contractor for many enterprises, UK, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Information Architect, Rural Payments Agency, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Good ”

- Unknown, not supplied, Singapore, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Useful background to organising an enterprise. ”

- Osborne, Evenbase Recruitment Ltd , UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Simplification of EA in comparison of TOGAF. ”

- IT Manager, Banca Sella, Italy, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Its complex yet easy to understand. Following POET and PEAF really helped me in managing the enterprise knowledge and projects. ”

- IT/logistics analyst, Fima-Frost, Czech Republic, Jan 2015

“ No - Because I don't know enought about it. ”

- Solutions Architect, Suffolk Life, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Targeted resources available in a single location ”

- Technical Architect, Julian Williamson, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It seems easier to understand. ”

- Solution Consultant, NIIT, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - clarity and efficiency of PEAF ”

- Student, Unisa, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Need to know ”

- consulant, Interway, Slovakia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Pragmatic approach ”

- Responsible of System Engineering activities, DGA, France, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Pragmatic Approach which gives the organization flexibility to adapt accordingly ”

- Manager Architecture & Demand, EuroCIO, Germany, Jan 2015

“ Yes - The somewhat different approach with regards to other frameworks, makes it better understandable for management and stakeholders ”

- Sr. Corp. System Architect, LWM, Netherlands, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Enterprise Architect, CAG Group, Sweden, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It gives usefull advise on how to embed an architecure practice in an organization. ”

- IT Architect, ICT Architects, The Netherlands, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is the only operation model for Architecting the Enterprise that addresses the whole of the transformation capability. ”

- CEO, Zachman Consulting, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - There is a strong need for framework in enterprise today especially for IT to be come an ENABLER EA needs to be in place. And i see PEAF playing a vital role. ”

- EA consultant, New dimension, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Complete picture of the enterprise processes forseen from holistic point of view and foundation for the practice of EA ”

- Enterprise Architect, Mobiltel, Bulgaria, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Firstly because I believe that every practice of the EA discipline will provide valuable insights as we continue to evolve in our journey towards an effective, efficient and accepted EA practice. Secondly, our team often use the excuse that we under ”

- Research and Analysis Manager, Standard bank, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - for taking a holistic approach to EA ”

- Architecture Specialist, Invesco, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It helps to understand EA. ”

- Architect, N/A, Turkey, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF provides a good framework and introduction to aspects of EA and how to go about it. This will be good introduction and starting point for anybody who would like to go with EA program implementation ”

- Sr. Architect, SLK Software Services Pvt Ltd, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is very practical ”

- Junior Architect, Ideal, india, Jan 2015

“ Yes - it is openly available ”

- CEO, Jembi Health Systems NPC, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Good reference for EA ”

- Solution Architect, Merck, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Because PEAF provides comprehensive understanding of EA and its tools. ”

- President/Founder, VisioTech Solutions (Pvt.) Ltd., Pakistan, Jan 2015

“ No - Don't know enough about it to recommend it. ”

- Business Architect, WA Health, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Because it is one of the practical methodology to use. ”

- Engineer, Independant Consultant, India, Jan 2015

“ No - Insufficient exposure to form an opinion on PEAF (either for or against). ”

- Senior Technical Architect, Serco Australia, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Simplicity.... ”

- Stark, Stark Family Trust, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I see it as so much simpler in getting down to what EA is about, I personally have a better understanding about EA. Whilst I learnt a lot from TOGAF I felt something was missing. PEAF is the missing. As I reread PEAF I see more, which means I am lea ”

- Architect, Compare the Market Pty Ltd, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Because it is straight to the point as opposed to what I found in Togaf approach. ”

- Architect, GRU Airport, Brazil, Jan 2015

“ Yes - There is a lack of good frameworks on EA that are easy to understand. ”

- Principal, Integral Business Partners, USA, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Change Consultant, CITB, UK, Jan 2015

“ No - Not familiar enough with PEAF to recommend to others ”

- Architect, Johan Van der Walt, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Clear and logical approach (dare I say Pragmatic). ”

- Deputy CTO, State of Colorado, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Great starting point for those who don't know where to start. Templates and examples to help communicate intent of EA. ”

- Enterprise Arcitect, The Kroger Company, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Alternative ”

- Senior Business Analyst/Consultant, WSIB, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Clear, consistent, consumable ”

- Director Enterprise Architecture, First American Title, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - The approach followed by PEAF is practical and good. Hence i would recommend PEAF for the approach. However a lot needs to be improved in PEAF which is currently present in TOGAF or Zachman to make it a comprehensive EA framework ”

- Senior Consultant, TATA Consultancy Services Limited, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Having got TOGAF certification, PEAF relates to aspects within the content much better. TOGAF seem disjointed by many authors. Looking forward to learning more about PEAF ”

- Architect, Personal, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Due to focus on communication and organisational aspects that are lacking in togaf. ”

- Sr. IT Specialist, Personal education, Brazil, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Slightly easier to articulate than other models to business. ”

- head of it, interserve, UK, Jan 2015

“ No - I don't have a good practice of PEAF ”

- CEO, DATA CONSULTING GROUP, Ivory Coast, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't given it much consideration, not been actively using it - will take a closer look now! ”

- Principal Consultant, LIBA Consulting and Advisory Services Limited, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It has practical / detailed EAM. ”

- Arch, UNSW, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Generic practical approach. ”

- Manager, Information Strategy & Planning, ACC, New Zealand, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF improves application of EA form a the practical perspective. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Ministry of Awqaf , Kuwait, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Coghill, FEAC- request for research purposes, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I think rigorous knowledge and experience of ea is required beforehand but certainly enhances ea knowledge in a no-nonsense way. I find that it requires an architect to be immersed in the peaf before being able to make a decision on its use. This is ”

- Technical Strategy Manager, Personal / I would like to find out more by personal practice, UK, Jan 2015

“ No - I am not an EA. ”

- Senior Web Apps Dev, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA, Jan 2015

“ No - poor experience in PEAF to recommend. ”

- EA, none, France, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I cant really say yes or no, as I have not used the product. ”

- Enterprise Architect, SRP, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF provides a framework that help organize the efforts needed to maintain an EA program ”

- Senior Information Systems Analyst, 0, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Because it is relatively lightweight - primarily through being well-focused on EA alone (not IT SA as with most other frameworks). ”

- Enterprise Architect, 0, Australia, Jan 2015

“ No - we are a TOGAF shop, having said that if PEAF has something to add we would look at it ”

- Solution Designer, Bryan Taylor, New Zealand, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Pragmatic ”

- Pres, EAI, Inc, USA, Jan 2015

“ No - Don't know enough about PEAF to recommend. ”

- Consultant, Individual Contractor, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF allows an incremental implementation of EA that can deliver benefits early ”

- Enterprise architect, B, Norway, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is a great EA-Framework ”

- Consultant, Ministry of Telecomm. & IT, Palestine, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Why PEAF and very good!!!! ”

- Solution Architect, SA O Estado de So Paulo, Brazil, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Alternative & complementary to TOGAF ”

- Consultant, Talentia, Panama, Jan 2015

“ No - I don't know enough about it. ”

- Enterprise Architect, WBB Inc, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - easy to understand ”

- BA, KDUni, Iran, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is a good pragmatic set of tools and process to help with the EA journey ”

- Enterprise Architect, Watercare Services Limited, New Zealand, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Adresses all Sorts of complexity with different Levels ”

- Senior Business Consultant, private, Switzerland, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is easy to follow and makes sense (To me TOGAF ADM is not very helpful) ”

- Consultant, Consultant, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is vendor independent and less complicated (only four products delivered in three phases) to embrace with "Cutting EA to the Bone" axiom. ”

- Consultant, Network Essentials, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Ease of use and less on technical jargon more on getting the work done to help the business. ”

- Program Manager, Department of the Interior, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Simple and concise framework. ”

- President, Kerenor, Canada, Jan 2015

“ No - My involvement is too premature for me to recommend/not recommend. ”

- Grice, CDW Canada, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Simplicity, Robustness, Holistic View ”

- Consulting Manager, Project Management Solutions, Colombia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Pragmatic approach to EA! ”

- Architect, Independent Consultant, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It doesn't seem as complicated as the other frameworks. ”

- Solution Architect, MillerCoors, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - it provides a framework in which to work ”

- Sr. Enterprise Architect, Dun & Bradstreet, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I like the pragmatic holistic approach ”

- VP of IT - Enterprise Architecture, United Health Group, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is a valid approach, follows the basic principles being promoted in this domain of expertise and is easily available for consultation. ”

- Managing Director, EXI Lda, Mozambique, Jan 2015

“ Yes - The barebones view of EA that should be "common" sense. If only the majority thought this way. ”

- Infrastructure Architect, State Auto Insurance, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I use its concepts. It goes down to the basics and helps in a quick start. ”

- Sr. BPM Consultant, ASDO Inc., Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Excellent Framework, more practical approach ”

- Senior Enterprise Architect, Wipro Consulting Services, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It's a simpler and more transparent format. ”

- Sr. Enterprise Architect, HealthPlan Services, USA, Jan 2015

“ No - I do not have detailed understanding of it ”

- Solution Architect, Infforay Pte. Ltd., Singapore, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is good starting point to reference, because it's well structured and easily understood rather than TOGAF. ”

- Student, KAIST, Korea, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Well organized and thought out. ”

- Consultant, Tessaract Productions LLC, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is one of the (many) EA frameworks everyone should give a look. ”

- PhD student, University of Reading, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is a very concise and pragmatic EA framework which will help an organization get going fast with an EA initiative. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Sun Chemical, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - EA is a complex activity in which PEAF can help ”

- Engineer, Essen, Argentina, Jan 2015

“ Yes - helped me - quite a few years ago - to "get" what EA is all about, something TOGAF failed to explain (which is in a way not that bad because it is but a method - one that I've learned to really appreciate, btw) ”

- Enterprise Architect, LoQutus, Belgium, Jan 2015

“ Yes - good framework to help people get EA ”

- Director, Enterprise Architecture, Canadian Pacific, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - good structure, easy to understand and explain ”

- IT Architect, Tatra banka, a.s., Slovakia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Because the Tools for product and Framework selecting ”

- Data Center Manager, Durr IT Service GmbH, Germany, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It provides information on EA ”

- Senior ICT Architect, Petrotrin, Trinidad and Tobago, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I have personally leant a lot from PEAF. Pity my organization is not utilizing it currently. ”

- Prosecutor, 0, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - valuable ”

- China, Shanghai, China Shipping Network Technology, China, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It makes complicated terms and information simple ”

- COO, Biz1 Global Solutions, Inc., Philippines, Jan 2015

“ Yes - As a least a reference short, sweet and pragmatic! ”

- IT Architect, TD, Canada, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Consultant, Primesource AS, Norway, Jan 2015

“ Yes - ”

- Enterprise Architect, 0, Sweden, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It's much simpler ”

- Consultant, Strategic Architecture Ltd, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - One of the easier EA frameworks to get your head around when beginning the EA journey ”

- Project Manager/Consultant, Craig Imlach, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Could source for kick-starting a realistic EA effort. ”

- Consultant, The MITRE Corporation, USA, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Staff information systems analyst, Board of Equalization, USA , Jan 2015

“ Yes - To understand how to frame and sell EA within an organization not currently committed to the "right" EA. ”

- Enterprise Process Integration Manager, Board of Equalization, State of California, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I believe in EA and I like the straight forward approach to PEAF in that it is not artifact heavy. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is one of the best and most holistic enterprise frameworks that a team can use for effective creating desired results. ”

- Senior Enterprise Architect, MGET, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - xxx ”

- Enterprise Architect, Capgemini, France, Jan 2015

“ Yes - In DoD, we are required to use the DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF), which has some problems in fully expressing an EA or showing how DoD fits into the Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA). PEAF fills the gaps perfectly and meets a higher standa ”

- Systems Engineer, Technology Management Group, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Although I am unfamiliar with content of PEAF, having a strong EA baseline framework is essential. ”

- Design Authority, EDF Energy, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - seems straightforward and "just enough" ”

- Director EA, Ecolab, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It's a set of more practical EA frameworks than others in the field ”

- IT EA Manager, Los Angeles World Airports, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - One of the EA frameworks that helps to learn and implement EA in the enterprise. ”

- Sr Programmer/Analyst, ARUP, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Clear, practical ”

- Enterprise Analysis Manager, Freshfields, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Comprehensive EA Framework. ”

- Architect, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Sweden, Jan 2015

“ No - Don't understand enough about it at the moment ”

- Enterprise Architecture Manager, Provident Financial, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - good starting point for EA ”

- CTO, Trafigura Ltd, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Established, well known tool ”

- VP Enterprise Architecture, Streamline Health, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - understandable, not so heavy as togaf, not as abstract as zachman ”

- Enterprise Architect, The Corporate Architects, Belgium, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is a fast track to EA ”

- Researcher, BCR, USA, Jan 2015

“ No - Need to know more about PEAF ”

- Manager, SAYA, Iran, Jan 2015

“ No - I still don't know it well enough to recommend or not. ”

- Chief IT Architect, Joakim Stolt IT AB, Sweden, Jan 2015

“ Yes - simplicity and clarity vs. alternatives ”

- Consulting Architect, Architectonics NET, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Is a good starting point to introduce EA to the stakeholders ”

- CEO, Assist Consultores, Colombia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - When starting in EA one needs a number of independent viewpoints to understand the basics and how to place oneself. PEAF provides a very interesting and somehow light viewpoint ”

- Head unit ICT, EMCDDA, Portugal, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Pragmatic meta-model ”

- Director, 0, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Easy to understand, PEAF gives you a roadmap you can actually follow to get things done. ”

- Architect, entiti, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is clear, understandable and down to earth. A great set of tools to have in the kit bag whether starting to build the capability within an organisation or improving on an already established practice. The examples and real life language encourage ”

- Director, 0, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Easy to understand ”

- Consultant, Private, South Africa, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Simple and practical without the full Togaf zachamin adm complexity ”

- Solution Architect, Hightower Computing Ltd, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Outcome focussed rather than churning away on lots of features seldom needed. ”

- Enterprise Architect, None, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Good Documentation ”

- Architect ICT, VZP CR, Czech Republic, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is Clear, robust, Strategy oriented and Pragmatic ”

- Manager, Altec Co., Ltd, Vietnam, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is a simple framework than can be introduced slowly and adopted / understood by non-architects. ”

- Legal IT Consultant, Open Technologies Consulting, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Adds the levels to easier integrate with business. ”

- Enterprise Architect, none, Sweden, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is realistic and covers people change better than most other approaches ”

- Consultant, 0, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is part of the top five EA models to do EA, along with TOGAF, Zachman and a couple others depending on industry or vertical. ”

- Managing Director, ArchiTelco, Ltd, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Easily available and provides concise information about EA ”

- Sr. Project Manager, Infospectrum India Private Limited, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - industry knowledge, experience and best practices ”

- CEO, Adaptive, Inc, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is a great Framework to fullfill everything. ”

- Enterprise Architect, CARTV, Spain, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Its easy to understand.... ”

- Consultant, Meridien Consulting Services, Malaysia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It 'cuts to the chase'. Has low startup needs/costs. Can be more readily explained and used in non-technical areas. concentrates on people/motivations not just (but does have) governance, process, technology and standards Will work for small organis ”

- Consultant, 0, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It is synthetic and can be adopted without grate effort ”

- Benedetti, A&P Consulting, Italy, Jan 2015

“ No - I don't know enough about it to recommend it ”

- Director, Information Technology, American University of Sharjah, UAE, Jan 2015

“ No - I Don't know enough about PEAF ”

- Student, IMPS, Iran, Jan 2015

“ Yes - A practical (pragmatic) approach to EA that is easy to understand and provides a path for excellent outcomes tied to strategic direction. ”

- VP Marketing & Business Development, Zachman International, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - As an alternative resource of good thoughts. ”

- Global Enterprise Architect, Novartis Pharma AG, Switzerland, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Useful architecture framework ”

- consultant, ANECT, Czech Republic, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Very good overview, clear framework and easy to be integrated in E2E processes ”

- Enteprise Architecture Manager, Romtelecom, Romania, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Enterprise Architect, Web.de, Germany, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Because LEAF is a great EA framework that allows to include many visions of the business model and integrate all the systems that comprise an enterprise. ”

- Engineering Student, Polytechnical Institute Jos, Cuba, Jan 2015

“ Yes - simple processes and clear artifacts ”

- enterprise architect, ATK, USA, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- CIO Liaison/Enterprise Architect, Brigham Young University, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - n/a ”

- Director, Technical Planning & Standards, EIS, Providence Health & Services, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is a good, solid "pragmatic" framework for EA. Easily communicated and understood by others. Allows an organization to get effective quickly. Good resources and instant library of information. POET is helpful in a strategic way, but not fully u ”

- Enterprise Architect, Fat City Software, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - There is a lot of good information available in PEAF, and even if you don't follow PEAF explicitly, there are probably things to be learned from it. ”

- Director, Enterprise IT Architecture, PotashCorp, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is the one framework I've found that lives up to it's name/tagline - it's a PRACTICAL implementation of EA and it provides the materials I need to actually use it. ”

- Enterprise Architect, 0, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I think the conceptual thing you have been building and evolving is a good helper at least because of its main principle of looking at everything (including itself) with potential and no fear to modify everything if current logic requires that. ”

- Analyst, pquil, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Maximum bang for EA effort ”

- Enterprise/Data Architect, Seniorlink, Inc., USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - I've barely looked at it. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Scripps Networks Interactive, USA, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- EA, None, France, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is in my view the best way to get started doing EA. The importance of the EA debt concept together with principles gets through to all stakeholders. ”

- CIO, Besikta Bilprovning i Sverige AB, Sweden, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Very practical as the name implies. Free from those aspects that make it IT-centric. A true EA framework that is capable of realizing EA benefits. ”

- Software Architect, AtoS, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - it has a systematic aproach ”

- Sr. Server and Messaging Administrator, Ivanhoe Cambridge, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Comprehensive information in a single location with a unified taxonomy ”

- Student, Personal, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - There is a lot of information on the website that allows me to digest it on my time to formulate how I want to implement EA. ”

- President, dataMatters Consulting Inc, Canada, Jan 2015

“ No - I have no sufficient practical experience with. ”

- EA, private use, Poland, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Simple, good examples of artefacts rather than waffle about how to use them. ”

- Technical Solutions Architect, Cardiff University, Wales, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Practical, pragmatic and understandable ”

- Director, DB Global Solutions Limited, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Ontology ”

- IT Architect, KPN Telecom, Netherlands, Jan 2015

“ Yes - simple, maps business to the problem, faster mobilisation ”

- Enterprise Architect, 0, UK, Jan 2015

“ No - I am really not clear on PEAF. Once I do, I can take it up with others. ”

- Enterprise Architecture CoE Lead, Tata Consultancy Services, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - beacus eit is multi dimensional ”

- EA architect, KIng Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia, Jan 2015

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Head - Enterprise Architecture & Compliance, Al-Futtaim Group, UAE, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF provides tools to implement EA program. Also, its simple and more practical. ”

- President, Radian Solutions, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF offers a practical and no-nonsense approach to help EA adoption ”

- Principal Applications Designer, Dubai Municipality, UAE, Jan 2015

“ No - Havent used it myself. ”

- Sr. Manager (EA), Wipro, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Comprehensibility ”

- Principal Architect, Ratnodaya, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Help to better understand EA ”

- Senior IT Consultant, AVL Solutions inc., Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Its uniqueness , applicability and flexibility ”

- Director, Spectra Mind Solutions, India, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Supports the concept of just enough, just in time architecture ”

- Enterprise Architect, Prudential, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - There are many useful concepts discussed in PEAF that are not found in other sources - or are not as well explained. ”

- Consultant, McLeod Consultancy Pty Ltd, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - PEAF is well suited to starting EA in an organisation. ”

- Enterprise Architect, NRMA, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - at this point in my learning, I'm indifferent. I had to make a choice. ”

- Owner, SMG COnsulting, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Its easy to access ”

- Manager, CIS, University of Ballarat, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Why not? ”

- IT Architect, Lund University, Sweden, Jan 2015

“ Yes - It helps make sense of TOGAF complexity, especially for those who are learning TOGAF with the mistaken assumption that TOGAF IS EA. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Bursway Pty Ltd, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Coverage of who, what, why and a framework on how. ”

- Technical architect, ActewAGL, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Bredth and ongoing development ”

- tba, tba, Australia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Given the practical nature of the approach I would recommend PEAF above other EA frameworks (Togaf, CEAF) ”

- ECM Architect, EASA, Germany, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Peaf is a very consistent Knowledge base to assit Enterprise Architecture Excersices. The commnunity around PEAF enrich the Framework ”

- CEO, Raginwald Consulting, Colombia, Jan 2015

“ Yes - because its independent and technology neutral. ”

- consult IT, IGP Informatica, Brazil, Jan 2015

“ Yes - because it is pragmatic. ”

- ceo, Sharif University of Technology, Iran, Jan 2015

“ Yes - concise method of work ”

- CCO - Chief Consulting Officer, PTech, Brazil, Jan 2015

“ No - I don't have experience with PEAF yet ”

- Management consultant, NiVo, Netherlands, Jan 2015

“ Yes - The more knowledge and different viewpoints the better ”

- self, other, Canada, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Enterprise architecture has to be a practical and tangible road map. It moves us beyond theory and provides a framework to define both skill and implementation strategy. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Next Generation, Inc., A Deloitte Technology Partner, USA, Jan 2015

“ Yes - ”

- hall, HSCIC, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - To gather wider EA view. ”

- Enterprise Architect, home study, Slovakia, Jan 2015

“ No - I'm Using other approaches. ”

- Enterprise Architect, LFV, Sweden, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Simplicity ”

- IT Architect, Bradesco Seguros, Brazil, Jan 2015

“ Yes - A good portfolio of supporting documentation. ”

- Owner, Dryburn Associates, UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - because its aexcellent vehicle for Tier 3 thru SME's to base their EA upon. ”

- consultant, PreterLex Ltd., UK, Jan 2015

“ Yes - Good Framework ”

- IT Manager, Bio-Rad Labs, USA, Jul 2012

“ Yes - Even if you don't adopt PEAF, it is a valuable source of information, and provides easily understood explanations and rationale for elements of EA ”

- Enterprise Architect, Aviva , UK, Jul 2012

“ Yes - Simple framework for ea. ”

- Owner, Self, USA, Jul 2012

“ Yes - PEAF provides a complete and integral set of concepts and tools, to understand and organize the key elements, and take an strategic way to reach the objetives of any enterprise. ”

- Software Architect, IIDEA Solutions, Mexico, Jul 2012

“ Yes - It is a good solid all round method ”

- IT Consultant, Ian Lashley, Sweden, Jul 2012

“ Yes - Easy to understand and apply. ”

- Sr. Integration Architect, Self Use, Switzerland, Jul 2012

“ Yes - Robust, Easy & Integrated EA Framework ”

- Consulting Manager, Project Management Solutions, Colombia, Jul 2012

“ Yes - Easy to understand ”

- Manager, CIS, University of Ballarat, Australia, Jul 2012

“ Yes - Easier to get to ROI using PEAF, rather than traditional EA. ”

- Architect, entiti, USA, Jul 2012

“ Yes - Easily understood framework as compared to TOGAF and DoD. ”

- EA, Rapidfingerz, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Moves EA into a more business oriented domain whilst keeping hold of the technical domain. Concept of Enterprise Debt is outstanding for communicating EA goals and capabilities. Makes EA more approachable to non EA's. ”

- Consultant, NA, Australia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - present version is an excellent guide to how to get started in EA - it's particularly valuable because it addresses a scope larger than solely IT ”

- Principle, Tetradian Consulting, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Because it is a solid example of a modern enterprise architecture framework, as it has special emphasis on being pragmatic and also it covers more than IT architecture. As a researcher, I have gained lots of insights by comparing PEAF to the more "traditional" EAFs like TOGAF. ”

- MSc. Student, Sharif University of Technology, Iran, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It is clear, well documented and provides a systematic approach of addressing enterprise related concerns. ”

- Architect, Bendigo & Adelaide Bank, Australia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - All of the essentials; none of the fluff. ”

- Management Consultant, A.B. Roper, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It is a good start of EA ”

- Enterprise Architect, MashreqBank, UAE, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Seems useful for an organisation who want to quickly get started with EA. ”

- Managing Consultant, IBM, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It helps convey some of the right messages ”

- Beard, Symbionics, Germany, Jun 2012

“ Yes - The PEAF framework is easier to understand and use than other processes. ”

- Director, Portfolio Strategies & Governance Solutions, Edwards Project Solutions, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It's simple and easy to understand, mainly to beginners at this practice. ”

- Enterprise Architect, ONS, Brazil, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It it is a simple and understandable aproach to enterprise architecture. ”

- Enterprise Architect, EPM, Colombia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - according to my research, the best framework for the corporation ”

- System Architect, CCEE, Brazil, Jun 2012

“ Yes - a good open initiative ”

- it architect, roling bv, Netherlands, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Clear, focused, easy to communicate. ”

- IT Architect, Tatra banka, a.s., Slovakia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Very well structured Seems will be continuously developed Easy to be understand ”

- Enteprise Architecture Manager, Romtelecom, Romania, Jun 2012

“ No - Because I'm not realy known the product, how can i recommend ”

- Student, Institut Sains & Technology AKPRIND, Indonesia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Simple, practical, achievable, includes cultural aspects which IT focused frameworks mostly overlook ”

- Business Architect, Brisbane City Council, Australia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It is simple and is based on more "real-life" experience than some of its competitors. It also augments other EA approaches well. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Westpac, Australia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Good method ”

- IS Architecte, PMG, France, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Is easy to use it. ”

- CEO, Assist Consultores de Sistemas S.A., Colombia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - pragmatic, straightforward ”

- Enterprise Architect, home study, Slovakia, Jun 2012

“ No - do΄n΄t know the method in detail ”

- Biz & IT Coach, Consultant & Project Mgr, Capi, Mexico, Jun 2012

“ Yes - I like it ”

- MacKenzie, Region of Waterloo, Canada, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It is a newer approach that benefits from the prior work of many other organizations without the burden of having to appease all the development organizations and factions. It has a much less burdensome process for future improvements. ”

- President, Future Tech Systems, Inc., USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - simplicity ”

- Architect, Steffen Glomb, Germany, Jun 2012

“ Yes - good coverage of EA ”

- Sidi, Universitι de limoges, France, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Easy to understand it and, if not using by itself, to get guidance in your activity. ”

- Billing Development Manager, Orange Romania, Romania, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Easy to use, intuitive to understand ”

- Business Architect, Transnet Freight Rail, South Africa, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It's a lot easier and lightweight to implement. ”

- Business Architect and Strategist, Mogorosi Descartes Consulting (Pty) Ltd, South Africa, Jun 2012

“ Yes - I think it is as it is titled. Also it covers and overlaps differently to TOGAF and both can be used side by side IMHO. It is more "businessy" pardon my neologism. ”

- Enterprise Architect, James Dawson, Australia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - I believe it is more pragmatic and shows how to go to the essentials ”

- Business Analyst, Independent Consultant, Canada, Jun 2012

“ Yes - No framework is perfect so using more than on gives a better perspective. ”

- Enterprise IT Architect Consultant, Wittrock Consulting, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Whithout expierence of using it I still think it is worth to investigate it's use ”

- IT Architect, Synobsys Nederland BV, Netherlands, Jun 2012

“ Yes - PEAF is understandable for everyone who wants to start with EA. PEAF contains some parts which you can use immediately in your company or organisation. Additionally PEAF goes deeply in some parts, but without empty words. I am personally TOGAF certified too, but when I was looking for some ideas I used to PEAF. ”

- Consultant, Autocont CZ, Czech Republic, Jun 2012

“ Yes - xyz ”

- MBA Student and consultant, Studies, France, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Helped me better understand what EA is all about. I am using PEAF as a guide for myself rather than as a tool for implementing an EA practice. ”

- Enterprise Architect, LoQutus, Belgium, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It's a great framework ”

- Student, Unisa, South Africa, Jun 2012

“ Yes - easy to start EA ”

- Senior Consultant, Autocont CZ, Czech Republic, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Interesting counterpoint to both TOGAF and other views from practioners...not at all DENSE to consume. ”

- IT Architect, TD, Canada, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It covers how to introduce and use of EA from the people perspective, not just the technical processes and products of EA. ”

- Olivier, IEC, The University of Bolton, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It's very pragmatic and easy to understand ”

- Benedetti, A&P Consulting, Italy, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Pragmatism is the application of theory to practice; not the practice of a theory. For a framework to be of value it must pass this test - PEAF does! ”

- Technology Architect, BearingPoint Pty Ltd, Australia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Its very easy to get started working with PEAF and it has lots of ready to use template. Its small and easy to comprehend. Also it covers things beyond IT EA. ”

- Chief Consultant, Xamtrex Ltd, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It brings EA back to the basics ”

- IT Architect, IND, Netherlands, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Simple and straightforward ”

- Enterprise Architect, Prudential, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It is more pragmatic than other frameworks ”

- Senior .Net Developer, Akanda Innovation, Canada, Jun 2012

“ Yes - This framework is suitable to deploy quickly and effectively for large range of companies and organizations. ”

- Head of IT infrastructure division, AITA, MIC - Vietnam, Vietnam, Jun 2012

“ Yes - - reasonable introduction to EA - maybe good for smaller organizations (if they have experienced EA consultant) ”

- student, University of economics, Czech Republic, Jun 2012

“ Yes - well structured and useful ”

- IT architect, E.ON, Czech Republic, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Because it Is a "Framework" as opposed to methodologies to adapt. ”

- Director, GR INTELLIGENCE & EUROPA-Consult, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Charity of good documentation ”

- Architect ICT, VZP CR, Czech Republic, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Easy to understand and apply ”

- Enterprise Architect, Independant, South Africa, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Pragmatic is always good ”

- EA Program Director, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, UAE, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Simple to use ”

- Technology Strategy manager, Sky TV NZ, Australia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It is pragmatic. ”

- System Manager, Changi Airport Group Pte Ltd, Singapore, Jun 2012

“ Yes - more agile and lighter than TOGAF ”

- Architect, La Capitale, Canada, Jun 2012

“ No - Don't know it well enough yet ”

- Consultant, Strategic Architecture Ltd, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Good background on EA. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Quintiles, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Good coverage of all relevant issues, good reference for what is involved, focus on brevity and pragmatism. ”

- Parakhine, UTS, Australia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Easily understandable and embraces other aspects of technology management. ”

- Director,EAO, Queensland Health, Australia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Great set framework and tools ”

- Enterprise Architect, The School District of Palm Beach County, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Because its simple. it focus on what must be done. and it clearly seperate ea from everything else. ”

- Freelancer, Villemos Solutions, Germany, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Fills the gap between IT and Business. ”

- Enterprise Architect, none, Sweden, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Straight-forward & simpler than TOGAF. I like the Enterprise Debt model. ”

- Acting Chief Enterprise Architect, Industry Canada, Canada, Jun 2012

“ Yes - na ”

- Independent IT Consultant, Collaborative IT Solutions, Canada, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Well...it's Pragmatic. It takes a more realistic approach - bridging the Ivory Tower TOGAF approach with a more systematic or realistic implementation model. ”

- Principal, Boech Solutions, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - pragmatism ”

- consultant, PreterLex Ltd., UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - I would because it's a very good alternative for administration and implementation of EA ”

- Consultant, PCServer, Mexico, Jun 2012

“ Yes - it's good, give you better control on inputs and expected output ”

- Solutions Architect, FIS Global, Pakistan, Jun 2012

“ Yes - There are enlightening qualities to analysis using PEAF ”

- Student, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - easy to use it ”

- CEO, Assist Consultores de Sistemas S.A., Colombia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Good starting point for light touch EA, i.e. EA that has relevance to business (c.f. academic, pseudo-scientific TOGAF approach which has little connection with business realities) ”

- Director, Metacircular Limited, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - PEAF helps to manage and convey complex architecture details. ”

- Systems Engineer, Technology Management Group, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - The attempt at simplification of EA ”

- Architect, Personal Use, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Simple framework. Can be used to complete current framework ”

- Solution Architect, Vincent Saulnier, Canada, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Its a practical guide to developing EA capability to our business ”

- Team Lead, Enterprise Architecture, Cenovus Energy, Canada, Jun 2012

“ No - Difficult to recommend out of an academic base. I would rather like to use it first and then recomend. ”

- Architect, AP Pension A/S, Denmark, Jun 2012

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Architect, JD Beckingham, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It's pragmatic - like me! ”

- Architect, Temasek Consulting Services, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Because it's PRAGMATIC ”

- Software Engineer, N/A, Greece, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Strong and comprehensive view of an EA; not just an ADM or inventory of deliverables. ”

- EA Practitioner, Enterprise Endeavors, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - PEAF is more simple and objective them TOGAF. ”

- Software Architect, AP Software Ltda, Brazil, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Due to the framework's pragmatic approach to EA. ”

- IT EA Manager, Los Angeles World Airports, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - it is a good foundation for communicating the basics of EA to both the user and those the work is being done for. ”

- CIO-ISP-Pol AF1, Ministry of Defence, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Simple to use ”

- Enterprise Architect, McAleece Ltd, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Meta Model ”

- Sr. EA Manager, Airline Reporitng Corp., USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Simplicity ”

- Enterprise Architect / Strategist, SSA, USA, Jun 2012

“ No - Need to spend some more time on it ”

- Owner, Jads Systems, India, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Original and efficient method to conceptualize systems ”

- CTO, CECURITY.COM, France, Jun 2012

“ Yes - good framework to help people up the learning curve for EA. ”

- Director, Enterprise Architecture, Canadian Pacific, Canada, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Gives a good overview on EA and is a good starting point to conduct an organizational 'dialogue' on the topic ”

- Head unit ICT, EMCDDA, Portugal, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It is pragmatic and a great addition to larger frameworks to make things more understandable. ”

- Owner, Archangel IT, USA, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It's simply pragmatic, accessible and encapsulates the key tenets of EA. ”

- Lead IT Architect, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, UK, Jun 2012

“ No - no practical experience using it ”

- Independent Consultant, Miserez Management, Switzerland, Jun 2012

“ Yes - no comment ”

- Sr. Server and Messaging Administrator, Ivanhoe Cambridge, Canada, Jun 2012

“ Yes - xxxxxxx ”

- Infrastructure Architect, Experian, UK, Jun 2012

“ Yes - I think EA is an important process for managing the sustainability and flexibilty of an organization. Of the options PEAF is result oriented with a lower dependence on artifact creation. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, USA, Jun 2012

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Consultant, Inmetro, Brazil, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Simplicity. Ease of understanding, ease of take-up. Low overhead. But most importantly, the formalisation of the concept of Enterprise Debt. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Victorian Worksafe Authority, Australia, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It is more easier to understand and licence terms of PEAF more open. ”

- IT Architect, Self, Qatar, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Brause it IS pragmatic ”

- Senior Business Consultant, private, Switzerland, Jun 2012

“ Yes - It is indeed pragmatic and not so IT as the most recognized by the market (TOGAF) ”

- Consultant, Portugal Telecom, Portugal, Jun 2012

“ Yes - Simple, not heavily burdened with useless layers of theory. ”

- Decelles, None, Canada, May 2012

“ Yes - Systematic and easy to understand. Has all the things which are required to understand EA and still has managed to remain lean ”

- Sr. Project Manager, Infospectrum India Private Limited, India, May 2012

“ Yes - Is more business focused than other popular frameworks such as TOGAF ”

- Enterprise Architect, RMIT University, Australia, May 2012

“ Yes - because it is very useful. ”

- ceo, Sharif University of Technology, Iran, May 2012

“ Yes - I agree with Methodology ”

- Managing Partner, Burns Software Solutions, LLC, USA, May 2012

“ Yes - Its very easy to understand and i can see it being adaptable easily ”

- Solution Architect, Catholic Education Western Australia, Australia, May 2012

“ Yes - Consistency, Clarity. ”

- tba, tba, Australia, May 2012

“ Yes - I think its a great start tool. It is also well defined. I think it could be useful to get EA into smaller businesses as the others are way too heavy ”

- Principal Consultant, Turagit Consulting, Australia, May 2012

“ Yes - Clear EA framework ”

- cayuela, OW2, France, May 2012

“ Yes - Personal recommendation is different from use professionally in my organization. Personally, the simplicity in approach is helps a beginner and intermediate users to gain footing in EA. ”

- Student, IGNOU, School of Computer Sciences, India, May 2012

“ Yes - it has different approach compared to the other frameworks and could be much more useful in certain cases. ”

- Business Development Manager, ENC, Macedonia, May 2012

“ Yes - Provides an established framework that management can recognise ”

- GIS Team Leader, AECOM, Australia, May 2012

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- IT Architect, Experian, USA, May 2012

“ Yes - It is a clear and relatively simple framework to understand - even to non IT folks ”

- Enterprise Architect, Alberta Health Services, Canada, May 2012

“ Yes - Love the take on enterprise debt ”

- Director, Waxtie, UK, May 2012

“ Yes - It is easier to understand than some of the more complicated frameworks. It has some great foundational material to help explain concepts. ”

- IT Application Architect, Alcatel-Lucent, USA, May 2012

“ Yes - Its easier to understand... ”

- Consultant, Meridien Consulting Services, Malaysia, May 2012

“ Yes - more straightforward and simple to comprehend and explain to others ”

- Systems Architect, PPG Industries, USA, May 2012

“ Yes - PEAF helps kick start EA. its like a spark plug which helps to ignite the engine. Just enough to encourage initiation and understanding. ”

- Innovation Architect, Cenovus Energy Inc., Canada, May 2012

“ Yes - I think it's a great starting point and it clearly draws out critical topics so that they're easy to keep top of mind. ”

- Enterprise Solutions Architect, Razorcase Solutions, USA, May 2012

“ Yes - Lightweight framework in comparison to the older players. ”

- Enterprise Architect, None, UK, May 2012

“ Yes - Its a very useful light weight tool from strategic perspective , we can easily focus our vision mission and goals and achieve demand management and capacity management for the enterprise ”

- Director, Spectra Mind Solutions, India, May 2012

“ Yes - good source for building an enterprise architecture ”

- Sr Programmer/Analyst, ARUP, USA, May 2012

“ Yes - It is easy, pragmatic and straight to the point. Besides is a excellent quick start for EA. ”

- Chair, AOGEA Brazil Chapter, Brazil, May 2012

“ Yes - Not Applicable, ”

- Group IT Manager, AW Rostamani Group, UAE, May 2012

“ Yes - The best starting point to understand what EA is about. ”

- consultant, RNDr. Pavel Sekanina, Czech Republic, May 2012

“ Yes - I think its relevant, easy to understand and use. ”

- Prosecutor, NHBRC, South Africa, May 2012

“ Yes - Cuts right to the reasons where EA adds value to the banks strategy ”

- Enterprise Architect, PEC, UK, May 2012

“ Yes - to understand EA better ”

- Enterprise Architect, CARTV, Spain, May 2012

“ Yes - How to start and how to succeed are questions not answered by competing products. ”

- Technical architect, ActewAGL, Australia, May 2012

“ Yes - Sustainable Framework ”

- Consultant, JC&C, LLC, USA, May 2012

“ Yes - It is a more straightforward alternative to TOGAF ”

- Independent It Consultant, Raja Consulting Ltd., UK, May 2012

“ Yes - Cause I think it's just a right model. I just like it. ”

- IT Manager, JOEONE Company Limited, China, May 2012

“ Yes - Its a good starting point to establish a EA function into an organization ”

- Enterprise Architect, Pacifico Seguros, Peru, May 2012

“ Yes - Very useful starting point. Covers many of the key aspects ”

- Consultant, KMF Consulting, Australia, May 2012

“ Yes - Interesting pragmatic approach ”

- Holly, Interway, s.r.o., Slovakia, May 2012

“ Yes - A good starting point as subject is rather new. ”

- Director Enterprise Architecture, Barco, Belgium, May 2012

“ Yes - It is a good framework to explore to understand EA and can be used in specific cases to help establish EA practices. ”

- Lead Consultant & Trainer, EA Global, UK, May 2012

“ Yes - easy access to EA best practices. You don't have to read though tons of documents ”

- IT Architects, GDF Suez, France, May 2012

“ Yes - - ”

- Technical Architect, Maersk Line, Denmark, May 2012

“ Yes - 1. ability to constructively engage executive leadership of the organization 2. processes and steps well laid out 3. tool and consultant agnostic ”

- EA consultant, Elyon Strategies, USA, May 2012

“ Yes - It is the only practical approach to true enterprise - technology driven by process improvement and NOT on the latest acronym floating on the web. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Next Generation, Inc., A Deloitte Technology Partner, USA, May 2012

“ Yes - It is a comprehensive framework which is easier to explain in client situations than other ones. ”

- Founder, DPM Consulting, Netherlands, May 2012

“ Yes - Simple works. ”

- Consultant, Tungsten Ltd., UK, May 2012

“ Yes - Good start for EA ”

- Head, Hardware Infrastructure, Access Bank PLC, Nigeria, May 2012

“ Yes - I belive it is easier in an early phase, or in organizations with low maturity to use peaf than other framework. And think I would recommend peaf if I came across anyone in such situation. ”

- ICT Consultant, Helse Vest IKT, Norway, May 2012

“ Yes - It is much more plausible compared to other heavyweight alternatives. ”

- Software Architect, Ness Technologies, India, May 2012

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- IT Consultant, Independent Consultant, UK, May 2012

“ Yes - Makes EA sensible ”

- Consultant, Private, South Africa, May 2012

“ Yes - Because it focuses on the essentials. ”

- Senior Systems Engineer, VMware, Norway, May 2012

“ Yes - Clear explanation of EA as a starting point. ”

- Enterprise Architect, AEGON Canada, Canada, May 2012

“ Yes - I found it useful, just that I have not got the time to start using it regularly. However it is good ”

- Enterprise Architect, General Electric, India, May 2012

“ Yes - very comprehensive and to the point jumpstart ”

- Enterprise Architect, bwin interactive entertainment, Austria, May 2012

“ Yes - Just something else to look at ”

- Solution Architect, KBR, UK, May 2012

“ Yes - Unlike any of the other frameworks I believe that PEAF offers a quick start to EA as well as a long term Framework. I biggest benifit is its simplicity for all to understand and reap the benifits from within all levels of the Organisation (especially at the top ;)) ”

- Enterprise Architect, Experian, UK, May 2012

“ Yes - It eally does cut through the complexity to make the concepts understandable by all. ”

- Technology Architect, BearingPoint Pty Ltd, Australia, Jul 2010

“ Yes - I think there is practical implementation value for organisations wishing to establish an EA practice ”

- Architect, Independent Consultant, Australia, Jul 2010

“ Yes - It is a different - really pragmatic approach to EA ”

- Gatea, Independent Consultant, Netherlands, Jul 2010

“ Yes - its simplicity and practical character ”

- Consultant, Golsoft, Iran, Jul 2010

“ Yes - The framework is useful either as a complement to TOGAF or Zachman or on its own. ”

- Sr. Consultant Strategic Planning, Ectropic IT Architecture, Canada, Jul 2010

“ No - Insufficient data to recommend at this point. ”

- Enterprise Architect, MIS, USA, Jul 2010

“ Yes - Because it is technology and vendor neutral and allows organisations to kick start an EA initiative. More over It is FREE for use by End-User Organisations, Government Bodies etc. ”

- Group IT Manager, AW Rostamani Group, UAE, Jul 2010

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- iran, ershad, Iran, Jul 2010

“ Yes - Easier to understand than DoDAF. ”

- Enterprise IT Architect Consultant, Wittrock Consulting, USA, Jul 2010

“ Yes - PEAF is easy and simple framework to start EA Projects ”

- Senior Consultant, Petrobras Distribuidora - fuel distributor for retail, Brazil, Jul 2010

“ Yes - This is a pragmatic process. ”

- Software Architect, AP Software Ltda, Brazil, Jul 2010

“ No - I have not looked at it thoroughly enough to know whether it is something that I can recommend. ”

- Director, Technical Planning & Standards, EIS, Providence Health & Services, USA, Jul 2010

“ Yes - We are early in the process and still need to do a lot more analysis. It seems like a rigorous approach but will be able to know more within the next 4 months. ”

- CEO, Adaptive, Inc, USA, Jul 2010

“ Yes - Concepts of EA are clearly explained and provides good practical descriptions and approach ”

- Solution Architect, CGI, Canada, Jul 2010

“ Yes - Because it's an easy way to start with EA... Might be some missing elements, but as a start, it's not heavy litterature and still quite complete and consistent. ”

- Consultant, Cambridge Technology partners, Switzerland, Jul 2010

“ Yes - Feel it is a "just enough" framework for EA. ”

- Enterprise Architect, LabCorp, USA, Jul 2010

“ Yes - Simplicity and relevancy to quickly enable EA capability from scratch on the right track based on best practices, particularly for small and medium business enterprises, without being stuck into methodological questions and piece by piece shopping of complex EA standards typically used by huge or governmental organizations. ”

- Information Architect, TD Assurance, Canada, Jul 2010

“ Yes - PEAF is simple and good ”

- Engineer, ViQSoft, China, Jul 2010

“ No - I haven't looked into it in enough depth to either recommend or NOT recommend ”

- Principal Architect, EAS Ltd, UK, Jul 2010

“ Yes - ”

- Individual, Personal Use, Australia, Jul 2010

“ Yes - It is a well organized framework which enables the architects to gather and map requirements of both business and technology ”

- Junior Architect, Ideal, india, Jul 2010

“ Yes - Makes EA easy to understand ”

- Global Information Security Officer, Reckitt Benckiser, UK, Jul 2010

“ Yes - Pragmatic, simpler than TOGAF ”

- Projectleider, Universitair Ziekenhuis Antwerpen, Belgium, Jul 2010

“ Yes - it is still in early stages, but quite practical ”

- sales manager, AAM Technologies, Hungary, Jul 2010

“ Yes - more "lite" approach than other EA frameworks ”

- Managing Consultant, Capgemini Consulting, Belgium, Jul 2010

“ Yes - Meets my first principle of EA - Keep it Simple! ”

- Enterprise Architect, McAleece Ltd, UK, Jul 2010

“ Yes - Because of its structured and comprehensive approach. ”

- Senior Enterprise Architect, Department of National Defence, Canada, Jun 2010

“ Yes - because it is a good framework ”

- maketing manager, golestan , Iran, Jun 2010

“ Yes - It's realy pragmatic! ”

- IT Manager, SERPRO, Brazil, Jun 2010

“ Yes - Simpler than many other EA approaches - too complex = too time consuming and too expensive ”

- Managing Partner, RK Martineau & Associates, Canada, Jun 2010

“ Yes - Relatively easy to initiate,makesw good business and technical sense and doesn't require a major change to begin using it (with change being progressive). ”

- Consultant, NA, Australia, Jun 2010

“ Yes - I believe it is simple enough for others (non Architect, non IT) to understand ”

- Enterprise Architect, Alberta Health Services, Canada, Jun 2010

“ Yes - It isn't as heavy a lift to bring in compared to other frameworks and methodologies ”

- Sr. Enterprise Architect, HealthPlan Services, USA, Jun 2010

“ Yes - PEAF came along as a foundational shift in mindset that closely resembled my own. People tend to follow frameworks as 'canned' fact. PEAF promotes the actual modeling that is necessary to mold the framework to match the organizational culture and goals. ”

- Infrastructure Architect, State Auto Insurance, USA, Jun 2010

“ Yes - Great framework ”

- Architect, ADG Netcom, Canada, Jun 2010

“ Yes - An enterprise approach to business ”

- Consultant, Pioneer Information Services, USA, Jun 2010

“ No - It is not a straight "Yes" or "No" question. I would certainly recommend PEAF to an organisation which doesn't have a view of EA or to an organisation which is consistently getting "EA" wrong. But if you are looking to influence an organisation that is already practicing EA then it is difficult because they most likely would have chosen the path of one of the frameworks (E.g TOGAF). Hence it depends on the organisation maturity. ”

- MBA Student, University of wales , UK , Jun 2010

“ Yes - Simplicity and speed of use to achieve tangible results. ”

- Chief Enterprise Architect, Olympic Delivery Authority, UK, Jun 2010

“ Yes - The framework covers more than what is offered via alternative frameworks. It is true EA rather than IT EA ”

- Tribble, Comcor Technology, New Zealand, Jun 2010

“ No - Because I have not evaluated it to any extent. ”

- Manager IS Gov, Strategy, Arch, Santos Ltd, Australia, Jun 2010

“ Yes - It gives a clear picture of the Organization EA. ”

- Financial Analyst, ESNAAD, UAE, Jun 2010

“ Yes - It takes a streamlined EA approach in todays business world. ”

- Director, Technical Services, Johnson Controls, USA, Jun 2010

“ Yes - Because of the way EA is approached ”

- Senior Enterprise Architecture, PDCI Inc, Canada, Jun 2010

“ Yes - simplicity, speed to understand the concep ”

- Lead Enterprise Architecture EMEIA, Ernst & Young, Switzerland, Jun 2010

“ Yes - it sounds like it is in the right direction I find all the tools and methods confusing and long winded ”

- Enterprise Architect, James Dawson, Australia, Jun 2010

“ Yes - Much simpler for people without EA training/experience to recognize the value and not just see a boatload of additional work. ”

- Enterprise Architect, John Denning, USA, Jun 2010

“ Yes - Simple and digestible Illustrates business value of EA Pragmatic (obviously...) ”

- Management Consultant, A.B. Roper, USA, Jun 2010

“ Yes - simple to understand easy to start using good framework ”

- consultant, RNDr. Pavel Sekanina, Czech Republic, Jun 2010

“ Yes - Framework is pretty, comprehensible and described in detail ”

- Architect ICT, VZP CR, Czech Republic, May 2010

“ Yes - Seems a good approach, still learning however myself ”

- Director Enterprise Architecture, Barco, Belgium, May 2010

“ Yes - It is easier to understand than one of the bigger methodologies/frameworks. I use it to demonstrate the value of EA to management and to demonstrate models that can bring value to the organization. ”

- Manager, Architecture, Planning & Risk, Department of Treasury & Finance, Australia, May 2010

“ Yes - Best fitting ”

- Consultant, Independent Consultant, Portugal, May 2010

“ Yes - I prefer the methodology with the following principles: strategic focus, graphical interpretation, a solid foundation and cleanliness, because todays world is complicated and I am looking for simplicity. ”

- Consultant, AutoCont CZ a.s., Czech Republic, May 2010

“ Yes - It's easy to understand. ”

- Consultant, Meridien Consulting Services, Malaysia, May 2010

“ Yes - For smaller organizations PEAF might be enough but for meduim to large organizations I think it's too shallow. Also if the organisation wants ea they are likely to want some of the non-pragmatic bits. ”

- Systems Specialist, AH Professional Services Pty Ltd, Australia, May 2010

“ Yes - Excellent starter kit ”

- Lead Architect, SARS, South Africa, May 2010

“ Yes - PEAF is one of the frameworks which can be used for starting thinking about EA. I think, that "pragmatic" approach can lead for success. ”

- IT Architect, Ceska Pojistovna a.s., Czech Republic, May 2010

“ Yes - Yes, it is really ease to understand EA crucial points with PEAF, especially the v.2 of PEAF is my source of inspiration of my speeches and meetings :) ”

- Kφmόrcό, Halkbank, Turkey, May 2010

“ Yes - Simple, concise, free and available ”

- Partner, Farid Mheir Consulting Services, Canada, May 2010

“ No - haven't gone through it in detail yet ”

- Project Manager, MAK, Kuwait, May 2010

“ Yes - easy to use/understand, clear model ”

- Business IT consultant, Louwman & Parqui B.V., Netherlands, May 2010

“ Yes - It's a good and useful way to build or rebuild an organisation ”

- Consultant, Independent Consultant, Italy, May 2010

“ Yes - Much better model for learning EA than others due to simplicity of design versus convoluted other models. Anyone of reasonable intelligence can pick it up and leanr it, while other frameworks have an overly ritualized system and often require a heavy IT backgroudn to understand. ”

- consultant, Flynn Enterprise Management, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - To have an understanding of what is required to exercise Enterprise Architecture before evaluating all the existing frameworks ”

- Enterprise Architect, LoQutus, Belgium, May 2010

“ Yes - Easy to follow ”

- IS Manager, Downer EDi, New Zealand, May 2010

“ Yes - Because it is quite understandable. ”

- Consultor, Universidad de las Ciencias Infσrmaticas, Cuba, May 2010

“ Yes - Provides an alternate, high-level, and focused framework for effective integration into an organization. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Co-operators, Canada, May 2010

“ Yes - Clean, simple, complete and pragmatic. ”

- Owner, Archangel IT, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - It is indeed practical. And not so 'Big' as for example TOGAF. ”

- Business Consultant, Logica, Netherlands, May 2010

“ Yes - as mentioned previously, PEAF can serve for new EA Adopters who are looking for very simple framework and trying to step far from certain complex solutions. Although EA came to simplify complexity at work, but relatively speaking, when architects grow their architecture then complexity percentage increases. ”

- Senior Methodologist, Intelligile Innovation Center, Lebanon, May 2010

“ No - I would recommend that they read the docs and make up their own minds. ”

- architect, independent, France, May 2010

“ Yes - I feel it has the core governance tools and principles to focus people on the key requirements of enterprise requirements. WHich you will not find in many places, oif course there is TOGAF but i feel PEAF is got a very instructive approach. I use this to teach students as well. ”

- Lecturer, University of Technology, Mauritius, Mauritius, May 2010

“ Yes - It is simple and provides a head start for junior architects who would otherwise struggle to get big picture of the large corporations. It can be used easily within a division without compromising existing frameworks. ”

- Student, IGNOU, School of Computer Sciences, India, May 2010

“ Yes - For the extensive documentation that they have created, for the clarity of the ideas, and the analysis tools to implement the framework ”

- profesor universitario, Universidad de las Ciencias Informαticas, Cuba, May 2010

“ Yes - The barrier to entry is significantly lower than with other frameworks. It is easier to begin incremental implementation of aspects of PEAF without chewing off the whole lot. Furthermore, it is very easy to dovetail PEAF with other homegrown or professional EA frameworks. ”

- Lambrellis, Victorian Worksafe Authority, Australia, May 2010

“ Yes - Easy to understand and use. Management perspective - both business and IT architecture in focus. ”

- Management Consultant, Cordial Business Advisers, Sweden, May 2010

“ Yes - I would like to recommend PEAF since it provides a comprehensive framework to project the enterprise concepts into real life and hit the ground running. ”

- Ambassadors Team, Intelligile, Lebanon, May 2010

“ Yes - It's pragmatic, simple, straightforward and very well targeted to the EA bone. ”

- Enterprise Architect, home study, Slovakia, May 2010

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Principal, Cornerstone Consulting Inc, Canada, May 2010

“ Yes - Straight-forward and practical with useful diagrams and artifacts to help jump start new and/or evaluate existing EA efforts. ”

- Enterprise Architecture Manager, American Family Insurance, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - I think it is very important to study, understand, organize and improve the organization's architecture. And I like the Peaf structure, organization and body of knowledge. ”

- Consultant, Inmetro, Brazil, May 2010

“ Yes - I think it helps understand what EA is all about. ”

- Solution Architect, Notarius inc., Canada, May 2010

“ Yes - Although I have not practiced it, but this appears to me a well thought out framework and process to be a strong alternative to other frameworks such as TOGAF. ”

- IT EA Manager, Los Angeles World Airports, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - It is a nice sound simple framework to kick start an EA practice. ”

- Chief Architect, ENMAX Corporation, Canada, May 2010

“ Yes - I think that it's really pragmatic and condensed Architecture vision ”

- Architect, Telvent Global Services, Spain, May 2010

“ Yes - It really is a pragmatic approach to EA. I find the materials usefull when explaining EA and the benefits of EA. It is great reference to bridge TOGAF, Zachman and eTOM to business, implementation and operations staff. ”

- Sr. IP Network Designer, Rogers Communications Inc., Canada, May 2010

“ Yes - Its more substantial than other models. The coverage is more and easy to grasp/communicate. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Miracle Software Systems, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - PEAF is comprehensive and well done. In IBM, we also have a method that we use. ”

- Architect, IBM, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - Other framework are to complex ”

- cayuela, OW2, France, May 2010

“ Yes - it is always helpful to learn different approaches to the complicated field of enterprise architecture ”

- Sr Programmer/Analyst, ARUP, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - Simplicity, Pragmatism ... :-), Makes a esoteric concept understandable, i.e. cuts down on the buzzwords. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Sun Chemical, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - simplified view of EA compared to alternative models. WIthout having experience, I do believe it gives you enough to get started and improve as you go. ”

- Systems Architect, PPG Industries, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - good idea ”

- Head EA, Basler Versicherung, Switzerland, May 2010

“ Yes - Although I have not actively used PEAF because I have been working in public sector environments where larger, more complex EA frameworks are mandated I can see that PEAF would be an extremely useful EA framework for any commericial organisation that is free to choose the EA framework used on the basis of cost effectiveness and speed of implementation. ”

- Information Assurance Consultant, Raytheon Systems Ltd, UK, May 2010

“ Yes - It is simple and easy to understand and implement. ”

- Enterprise Architecture Team Leader, Department of Human Services, Australia, May 2010

“ Yes - It looks fairly comprehensive. It's free (Non-Commercial License). ”

- Solution Architect, KBR, UK, May 2010

“ Yes - It's pragmatic, and contains a roadmap ”

- Employee, Foresee, Belgium, May 2010

“ Yes - Excellent framework to ensure information is communicated in a consistent and easily digestable form. So that the Stakeholders can make an informed decision. ”

- IT Manager, Home, UK, May 2010

“ Yes - Cpomprehensive and not too technical/theoretical ”

- Enterprise Architecture Manager, George Weston Foods, Australia, May 2010

“ Yes - I think it's a good way of telling and showing others how to do business ”

- Senior consultant, e-nettet, Denmark, May 2010

“ Yes - Offer a holistic view ”

- Enteprise Architecture Manager, Romtelecom, Romania, May 2010

“ Yes - Because it makes things simple. ”

- Business Analyst, Rijkswaterstaat, Netherlands, May 2010

“ Yes - This is an interesting methodology, useful for understanding the software architecture. As the people who know about her possible transition to develop, under this framework ”

- System analyst, BPC, Russia, May 2010

“ Yes - Easy introduction framework ”

- Consultant, Own, Czech Republic, May 2010

“ Yes - If the organisation is willing to begin on the EA journey, PEAF is one of the best places to start. ”

- Architect, Oslo Kommune, UKE, Norway, May 2010

“ Yes - it's allways good to consider different approaches. I would not onmly recommend PEAF, but also TOGAF ”

- IT Architect, IND, Netherlands, May 2010

“ Yes - ”

- PhD student, University of Reading, UK, May 2010

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Business Architect, ING banking, Netherlands, May 2010

“ Yes - Simple to understand the concepts ”

- Principal Applications Designer, Dubai Municipality, UAE, May 2010

“ Yes - PEAF provides a full stack of EA model. If you don't get the concept or an example model of EA, then use PEAF. ”

- Student, KAIST, Korea, May 2010

“ No - It is too simplistic to be of any real value. It is useful for consulting firms looking for a "service offering" out of the box or educating those who wish to become EAs. But if you are already a practicing EA then you should already know everything that is in the framework...and much more.. ”

- Enterprise Architect, RTA, Australia, May 2010

“ Yes - Because I have been in the industry for 30 years and have used Zachman and find that TOGAF's 780 pages bury a company in too fine detail. PEAF is a Pragmatic approach to EA and covers all the ground! ”

- Director, GR INTELLIGENCE & EUROPA-Consult, UK, May 2010

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Kaendler, Myer Pty Ltd, Australia, May 2010

“ Yes - It is a great starting point for individuals... ”

- Enterprise Architect / Strategist, SSA, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - Practical guidance to the doing part of EA. Foundation on where to start. ”

- Enterprise Architect, AEGON Canada, Canada, May 2010

“ No - Haven't really spent enough time on it ”

- Architect, De Ridder Consulting b.v.b.a., Belgium, May 2010

“ Yes - It is nice to contrast it with TOGAF and Zachman. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Sobeys Capital Inc, Canada, May 2010

“ Yes - PEAF lives up to its pragmatic goals without sacrificing value. ”

- Enterprise Architect, UnitedHealth Group, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - I have recommended it others as it has a focus on fast architectural delivery without a lot of heavy-weight extras. ”

- Enterprise Architect, Idaho Transportation Department, USA, May 2010

“ Yes - Cause Kevin is a top guy :) Ok, seriously, cause it is the right amount of pragmatics and features. ”

- Director, Avolution, Australia, May 2010


 

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