The professional approach to mapping & modelling digital transformation, data privacy and cross-border data flows
Digital-Aided Design (DAD) is the method and process of digitally creating a model and design simulations of how people, processes and technology assets relate and depend on each other.
The model is created using a combination of the OBASHI Methodology and software technologies enabling the connectivity between assets, the flow of data, and attributed information to be visualised and analysed - often in a collaborative manner.
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The OBASHI Methodology
The OBASHI Methodology is a standard approach to mapping and modelling the connectivity between an organisation's people, processes and technology assets.
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