Describe the business mission, goals, objectives, and systems for the company or organization for whom an IT solution is being developed.

Note: Developing a business proposal requires specific steps that need to be executed in a sequence. The assessments in this course are presented in sequence and must be completed in order.PreparationOnce you have added the global considerations to your proposal, add the key points from your proposal to your PowerPoint presentation. Make sure you have reviewed the project components and have addressed all of them. Use the reading materials and any additional resources you find helpful to create a business architecture proposal with descriptions and diagrams.InstructionThis assignment has two deliverables: Part 1) the proposal, and Part 2) the presentation. These deliverables are a coordinated communication package aligned with your project. The intent of this package is to help stakeholders make informed decisions regarding the proposed IT solution. The final written paper should be a minimum of five pages. The final presentation should be no more than five slides.Your complete business architecture proposal documents should satisfy the following requirements:Use your previous assignments to inform your business architecture proposal.Incorporate feedback from your instructor on previous assignments, as appropriate.PART 1: FINAL PROPOSALInclude the following parts:Title page.Executive summary.Background on the business or organization for whom an IT solution is being developed. Describe the business mission, goals, objectives, and systems for the company or organization (Assessment 1).Identification of the business problem and description of the proposed solution (Assessment 2).Description of business stakeholders impacted by the proposal and their requirements. (Assessment 3).Description of IT systems and stakeholders impacted by the proposal and their requirements (Assessment 4).Analysis of the impact of the addition of global locations to business and customer needs and the proposed solution. (Assessment 5).Description of possible opportunities, given the new structure, which were not possible before (Assessments 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5)References list.Submit both the proposal file and the presentation file to this assignment.ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTSWritten communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to APA style and formatting found in the Capella Writing Center.Number of resources: Minimum of four resources.Length of proposal: 5–12 double-spaced pages.Font and font size: Arial 10-point or Times New Roman 12-point.Competencies MeasuredBy successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:Competency 1: Examine business goals to determine benefits from information technology and information systems.Describe the business mission, goals, objectives, and systems for the company or organization for whom an IT solution is being developed.Describe the business stakeholders and their requirements.Analyze the impact of global locations on business and customer needs and an IT solution.Competency 2: Evaluate various information technology roles needed in organizations.Describe the technology stakeholders and their requirements.Competency 3: Plan a strategy for designing and employing an information system to meet business goals.Identify a business problem and develop an IT solution.Competency 4: Analyze enterprise architectures and the impact they have on the effectiveness of business processes.Evaluate TOGAF as a model to align information technology and business objectives.Competency 5: Communicate effectively using professional standards appropriate to the IT field.Develop a presentation that succinctly describes the business problem and an IT solution.Follow APA guidelines for resources and citations, and create a document that is clearly and professionally written and generally free of grammatical errors.