Digital architect

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A digital architect is a modern business and technology architect that is driven by customer experience to utilize technology to transform business, increase revenue and profitability and improve the competitive position of a business. Digital and quantum architects focus on the synergy and cross discipline integration of the following disciplines: (1) customer experience; (2) cloud, webscale, iot; (3) data science including analytics; (4) business, application, information, technology and security architecture; (5) artificial intelligence, cognitive science, neuroscience, robotics and artificial creativity; (6) traditional science and mathematics including physics, quantum physics, chemistry and biology; and (7) digital 3D printing and nano-manufacturing (source of definition: Gary Trenchard).

The business case for a digital architect role within enterprise:[1]

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  1. ^ Oliver Bossert; Chris Ip; Jürgen Laartz (December 2014). "A two-speed IT architecture for the digital enterprise". McKinsey & Company. Retrieved June 24, 2016.