“Our core business is enterprise architecture training, certification and coaching.”
Our instructors are proud to have trained and certified over 50% of all TOGAF® Practitioners. Many of our instructors were with the initial TOGAF training company, Architeting the Enterprise, which had been training EAs since 2003. The new company, ATE Enterprises, carries on this tradition of high quality teaching, industry leading methodology and a proven track record of excellence.
Our goal is to continue to develop this community and to provide leadership in Enterprise Architecture methods and standards.
CEO of ATE Enterprises Ltd
Judith Jones, the CEO of ATE Enterprises Ltd, the global market leader in TOGAF® Training and Consultancy, is an experienced Business Manager and IT Consultant. Judith’s prime experience includes business re-engineering, Business Architecture, Enterprise Architecture and governance, architecture practice management, business value engineering, IT strategy and management. Judith has worked with many Fortune 100 and Government agencies to develop architecture competencies and capabilities. Her background experience includes more than 20 years as a business manager with ICL, now Fujitsu Services.
Judith is a champion and practitioner of Enterprise Architecture standards, including TOGAF® and TOGAF® certification, for over 20 years and was instrumental in the development of ICL’s OpenFramework. Judith is an active member of The Open Group and is a major contributor and an editor of TOGAF® 7, 8 and 9 as well as leading TOGAF® projects for localisation, case studies, ADML, synergy and collaboration. Judith is co-author of the TOGAF® and DODAF alignment paper.
G Edward Roberts
Ed worked for the US Navy for 23 years in architecture and design before going into private industry to further develop his career in the commercial world of Enterprise Architecture. Ed has unique experience putting Enterprise Architecture in place in large non-profit organizations, SME commercial organizations using Enterprise Architecture to stabilize their businesses. Ed has extensive skills in modelling of Enterprise and IT Architecture, Systems and Software in various modelling languages.
Ed has also worked extensively in technical training development providing courses in TOGAF, Archimate, C++, Java, Web development, UML and ontology development putting his experiences into knowledge development.Ed represented the US DoD in The Open Group and is the co-author of The TOGAF ADM/MDA Synergy Project. Ed is a TOGAF 9 and Archimate 2 certified Enterprise Architect with practical experience in the application of Enterprise Architecture in a variety of organisational contexts. Mo. Ed has worked for ATE Enterprises since 2013 and provides TOGAF and Archimate Training as well as modelling consultancy assignments.
Solution Architecture Consultant and Tutor
Graham has worked for over 25 years in the IT industry, in a variety of roles – programming, analysis architecture, management and consulting. He has a broad knowledge of architecture methodology – from software architecture through solution architecture to enterprise architecture – and a long experience of training. He was a leader in showing how to build entity-event models and implement them using a 3-layer software architecture, and published a book on this in 1994. He then worked for a CASE tool company as a consultant in methodologies for building software applications. More recently, over a period of eight years, he led the development of methods, standards and training for the architects of a major systems integrator.
Since 2006, Graham has been heavily involved in Enterprise and solution architecture as a consultant and a tutor, his pupils believe he is “very knowledgeable and professional” and “he is inspirational”.
Enterprise Architect, Trainer and Consultant
In his current role as enterprise architect, trainer and consultant Aleksander is capitalizing on his cross industry experience from mission critical projects, business process reengineering and change management initiatives.Recently he has been advising on new business concept development, providing requirements management, architecture design and project management services. This included a SOA Initiation and SOA Governance for one of the banks, architecting a new start-up portal for the Real Estate Industry and Medical Services, developing a service model for the provision of cloud services as well as providing advice to Health Insurance organizations.
For the last 15 years he has been working at senior management level in banking, healthcare, telecommunications and services. Prior to that he was running various projects and participating in systems development as systems analyst, designer, developer and database administrator. He is creative but likes to work with models and numbers to support decision making processes and new concept development. He is also fluent in Polish, English and French.
Chief Technical Officer
Mike was one of the pioneers of TOGAF. As Chief Technical Officer for The Open Group, he was the Technical Editor for the IEEE 1003.0 architecture standard in the late 1980s and responsible for the development of TOGAF with The Open Group until the publication of TOGAF 8. Mike joined X/Open Company Limited (the predecessor of The Open Group) in 1994 from ICL, where he had a variety of roles leading up to Chief Architect for OMAC 29,ICL’s flagship product for the Manufacturing Industry and Design Authority for all ICL’s vertical application products.
As Chief Technical Officer, Mike was responsible for The Open Group’s technical strategy and presided over the standardisation of UNIX. On his retirement from The Open Group in April 2003, Mike was appointed as the first Fellow of The Open Group, in recognition of his extensive contribution to the development of Open Systems and Architecture. In addition to his work for Architecting the Enterprise, Mike has lectured at the University of Reading a Undergraduate and Post graduate levels.
You are in good company
You brought this course to life superbly, this is a tough subject to cover in such a short time.
-Manchester, January 2017
We are about to undergo an Enterprise Architecture review, some of the information learnt will be valuable immediately which is perfect.
-Auckland, May 2016
Professional Training Industry
The training went great, the instructor brought a lot of added value to the course due to his ability to explain theoretical concepts with real life applications.
So, thumbs up for having a trainer with such extended work experience.
Overall, i consider it a success.
– Bucharest, Feb 2017
The training went very well. It is true that it’s a bit challenging to keep focus all the time on a webex session but Alex did a very good job explaining and keeping us engaged.
Many thanks for all your support and help, it’s really appreciated.
-Webinar, January 2017