In order to fulfil the Technical Architecture and Business Architecture Sub-Committee (TABASC) obligations as set out under SEC Section F1.4, the Business Architecture Document (BAD) has been developed, which describes the Business Architecture for GB Smart Metering.
The Business Architecture Document is accompanied by the Business Architecture Model (BAM), which provides visual representation of the interdependencies between the processes and actors within the BAD. For new market entrants, new starters within an organisation, or for anyone interested the process flows that underpin Smart Metering, the BAM is a great place to start.
Following the recent SMETS1 Service Release updates made to the BAD, the BAM has now also been updated to apply the SMETS1 Services Release content and is published on the SEC Website here.
For information on how to navigate the model, please see the Business Architecture Model User Guide v2.0.
If you wish to provide feedback on the BAM or have any comments or questions regarding any of the processes please submit them to SECAS@gemserv.com.