TOGAF Framework For an AI-enabled Software House


  • Nathaniel Crosley Universitas Pradita, Tangerang, Indonesia
  • Richardus Eko Indrajit Universitas Pradita, Tangerang, Indonesia
  • Erick Dazki Universitas Pradita, Tangerang, Indonesia




Artificial Intelligence, TOGAF, Enterprise Architecture, AI-Enabled, Software House


The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in software development has revolutionized the industry, leading to faster and more accurate results. However, the implementation of AI requires a robust framework to ensure effective planning, design, implementation, and maintenance of AI-enabled software systems. The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) provides such a framework, enabling organizations to develop a structured and integrated approach to AI-enabled software development. In this journal, we present a case study of how a software house utilized the TOGAF framework to integrate AI in their software development processes. We discuss the challenges faced by the organization in the integration process and how the TOGAF framework provided a structured approach to overcome these challenges. We also highlight the benefits that the organization realized through the implementation of AI-enabled software systems. The case study presented in this journal demonstrates the applicability of the TOGAF framework in AI-enabled software development, and its potential to enhance the capabilities and competitiveness of software houses. The TOGAF framework provides a structured approach to the integration of AI in software development, ensuring that organizations can effectively leverage the benefits of AI while minimizing the associated risks and challenges.

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Crosley, N. ., Indrajit, R. E. ., & Dazki, E. . (2023). TOGAF Framework For an AI-enabled Software House. Sinkron : Jurnal Dan Penelitian Teknik Informatika, 8(2), 1140-1152.