Solution Architecture

Solution Architecture is concerned with how the systems go together to solve specific problems for the user and hence for the business. E.G The business has a problem with abandoned carts costing them huge revenue. Business analysts have uncovered the problem and designed a process solution to the problem possibly in the form of an algorithm or  user journey. The solution architect will now select the systems and functionality required to deliver that solution and this solution architecture will in turn inform the technical architect who will then design the  technical architecture

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