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Is It Time To Consider A Service-Oriented Architecture? It’s Not About Technology

August 10, 2010 No Comments

Any business big enough to use more than a couple programs has experienced duplication of effort or what might be called info-envy. It’s the realization, for example, that the sales team’s great and detailed spreadsheet of customer data would be really helpful to the customer service department, except that customer service’s standalone app can’t import the spreadsheet data. Making that import possible would take at least six months of in-house effort, which isn’t going to happen because the IT department is too busy with maintenance and tending to problems.

SOA is today’s solution to that universal problem.

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