Complement our ICT Architectural view (now mainly Hardware / Application oriented) towards Business Process and Ownership, as well as the Infrastructure layer. Will assist in Risk-Management as well as Quality issues.
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I may not fully understand your question regarding information or perhaps am reading it out of context or even over simplifying it, so apologies upfront. You can input information directly into the elements in your OBASHI model and also manage the relationship between different kinds of information by creating "sets" - one of the six OBASHI relationship types.
Because the methodology defines the kind of relationships that can exist between elements the model understands these relationships and allows analysis on the fly. Hence creating the ability to manage data/information flows.
I'd be happy to chat things through with you to clarify your question, if this doesn't help.