The Enterprise Architecture Analysis: A Case Study of The Division of Finance, University of Phayao

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Pichai Chaikul
Kaewarin Jandum
Sitthidet Vachirasricirikul


Division of finance, University of Phayao is an agency that provides the financial and fiscal supports by establishing the financial and accounting policies, as well as, preparing a database and the financial reports of the university so that the management is efficient and also it responds to the change in the future. The purpose of this research is to analyze and determine the planning and operation frameworks according to the organizational architecture framework of the division of finance, University of Phayao. By using the TOGAF architecture framework, it can divide the analysis into 4 parts and also it can design an enterprise blueprint in order to see the overall picture of the organization and also it can manage systematically. In addition, it can be used in the supporting and decision-making of executives and also it can be utilized for assessing the satisfaction of the division of finance, University of Phayao. Here, the studied target groups consisted of the accounting finance and supplies network groups in University of Phayao, are 41 people. In satisfaction assessment, for the statistic used in the analysis, it is the mean and the standard deviation. For the evaluation results, it is found that the overall satisfaction is in a high level that the mean value is 4.22 and the standard deviation value is 0.77.

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P. Chaikul, K. . Jandum, and S. Vachirasricirikul, “The Enterprise Architecture Analysis: A Case Study of The Division of Finance, University of Phayao”, JIST, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 50–61, Dec. 2023.
Research Article: Business and Information System(Detail in Scope of Journal)


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