Embedded systems are used in broad variety of areas. As increasing processing power, being networked and having more multiple and complicated functionality, the embedded systems used in control systems have more issues to be resolved. In many cases, design constraints are applied to the entire life-cycle of the embedded systems. There are stakeholders involved in the systems through the life-cycle and they play their roles in each stage of the life-cycle. However, concerns of all of the stakeholders are less taken care of. Challenges to develop networked embedded systems for control systems are to maximize all of the stakeholders' satisfactions through the entire life-cycle in addition to satisfy several constraints. This paper discusses architectures of networked embedded systems from a perspective of stakeholders' satisfactions. We present the stakeholders and their standpoints, composition of networked embedded systems and architectures, then pros and cons of the architectures from each stakeholder's view.