Explore the different ways you can use Ardoq in your organization.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a set of rules that dictate how organizations should collect, store and dispose of the personal data of EU residents. It will go into effect on May 25, 2018.
Accurate documentation of the systems and processes handling user data will help you identify areas where you may or may not be compliant with GDPR, and in the future, serve as a reference in case of audit.
An international telecom customer uses Ardoq as a central hub for their IT asset management documentation.
“We have a large dataset, and Ardoq helps us visually understand it. It’s also much easier to automate data import than in other Enterprise Architecture tools, partially because those tools enforce more rigid models.”
Fjordkraft uses Ardoq to document requirements and acceptance criteria, and to create and track JIRA issues related to them.
“Since using Ardoq we have improved planning and control of the quality assurance process in all internal projects as well as reduced time spent on reporting.”
Senior Rådgiver at Fjordkraft
RPC uses Ardoq to model its business architecture and capabilities in support of organizational design and service innovation.
“Ardoq provides us with a powerful and intuitive way to construct and visualise relationships, allowing us to quickly identify opportunities for investment, change and improvement.”
Enterprise Business Analyst at RPC
Gard uses Ardoq to map its application landscape and system integrations, capturing all interdependencies between systems in order to reduce risk during change processes.
“With Ardoq we finally found a tool which is flexible enough to handle our documentation requirements without being forced to use a huge framework.”
Tor Oskar Wilhelmsen
System Architect at Gard
Hafslund uses Ardoq to visually explore their data pipeline documentation, helping them connect key metrics to the data sources they come from.
“Ardoq is an integral part of our data platform.”
Senior Developer at Hafslund
Bridge the gap between IT and business in your org by mapping business workflows, systems, applications and infrastructure in one place.
Document data ownership and usage, and plan your “To Be” architecture.