The needs of big businesses are constantly in flux. Now, more than ever before, large-scale organizations need to be able to adapt quickly, not just to changing markets but also to rapidly evolving technology and constantly-circling competitors.

Enterprise Architecture offers a proven solution. A relatively new discipline, enterprise architecture development creates clear roadmaps for large-scale organizational change. It helps enterprises to define what they want to achieve while also providing a holistic picture of what they already have. As a result, an enterprise architect can create a clear methodology for going from Point A to Point B, all while using well-established terminology to help guide different departments and decision makers down the right path.

Though enterprise architecture has only been around for 30 years or so, it is now extremely rare for any kind of major player to be unfamiliar with the concept. This is doubly true when it comes to TOGAF, the framework of choice for some of the world’s largest and most profitable businesses.


TOGAF is a well-established framework for the creation of enterprise architecture. However, it is not simply a cheat sheet for businesses to follow; instead, it provides clear tools, terms, and methodologies to develop bespoke frameworks.

The methods behind TOGAF are world-renowned, with an estimated 50,000 TOGAF-certified professionals using them in practice. Not only does TOGAF provide enough clarity for enterprises to facilitate change as quickly and cost-effectively as possible, it can also raise the profile of a business. Showing that your company is TOGAF-certified will create confidence in your capabilities, both in terms of IT and business development.

Most importantly, TOGAF can make an organization future-proof. While enterprise architecture development can seem tricky at first, creating a working framework for your business will make it far easier to proceed with further changes down the line. Better still, TOGAF is being constantly updated and improved, allowing certified businesses to keep boosting their efficiency and effectiveness as they go.

Why Gain a TOGAF Certification with Good e-Learning?

Good e-Learning offers a variety of industry-accredited courses centered on TOGAF and enterprise architecture. Our content is suitable for all enterprise architects, whether they are still learning the ropes or looking to update their knowledge.

However, Good e-Learning is also the best company on the market for any organization looking to upskill teams, departments or even an entire workforce. Our courses are built around our customers, ensuring that employees can learn at their own pace and apply their knowledge in a practical environment.

Good e-Learning has already empowered the likes of Chevron, Oracle, and IKEA: all industry-leading companies that were able to make major organizational changes thanks to TOGAF.

Our Fully Bespoke Courses can Include:

  • Fully updated content in line with the latest version of TOGAF, TOGAF 9.2
  • Access to digital content including quizzes, diagrams, and practice exams
  • 24/7 support to help users avoid all delays
  • Customised images and video content

Best of all, our TOGAF courses have been fully accredited by The Open Group: the very organization behind TOGAF!

Are you interested in learning about how a Good e-Learning course could help you upskill your workforce? For information on our corporate solutions, visit our website.

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