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SOA/Web Services Research 2006

SOA/Web Services SurveyA strong business case for SOA/Web services adoption can be made by seeing the advantages of standardization, business-process automation, and flexibility. But SOA/Web services deployment is challenging. What challenges do you anticipate in your implementation? Understand how more than 200 companies plan to integrate SOA/Web services into their organization's infrastructure in this recent InformationWeek research brief.

Key Issues:

  • Business Goals & Benefits
  • Usage & Standard
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  • Spending & ROI
  • Use this 7-page brief to understand SOA/Web services and the benefits and challenges that this technology brings.

    Pages: 7
    Charts: 12

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