SOAs Require Culture Change And Service Reuse

Fricko, Anton
May 2006
Business Communications Review;May2006, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p58
Trade Publication
The article presents a case study related to service oriented architecture (SOA) and web services (WS) as tools used by the business enterprises in the U.S. The SOA approach is designed to model business enterprises' processes with user-friendly electronic tools in which the information technology department will implement the processes, applications and services of the system. The service of an information technology experts is needed for service coordination and interface definitions among various development teams of the enterprises.


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