SOA strategy and execution is failing in many companies
Take, for example, a recent Forrester Research Survey that found 38% of companies with more than 1,000 employees are not using SOA and have no plans to do so. Of the companies that are using SOA in some form or fashion, 40% havenít begun or are using SOA with no clear strategy in place. The 80/20 rules seem to imply that 80% of people donít and wonít get SOA in the organisation.
One key reason is that the SOA value proposition is fundamentally unimportant to business people. Itís just another way to implement an application. Whatís more important to business managers is how they can change, through technology, the way their businesses are run. And thatís where BPM comes in. If the worldís biggest-budgeted software vendors really want to have sponsors in both IT and business units, and keep selling software, they need to
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