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SOA: At the Forefront of Integrating Applications

By Baselinemag  |  Posted 2012-05-03 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 

Find out how companies big and small are integrating applications and business processes to better interact with customers, suppliers and partners—and fueling what can be significant cost savings.

Lead Story:
In a Babel of Apps, Finding a Lingua Franca

Integration software can transform a business. Take Kichler Lighting, a maker of custom light fixtures. Most sales and interactions with suppliers and customers had been handled on paper, in person or over the phone. Once it launched a portal, the results were illuminating. Learn how this company and others benefited from integration.

Company Profiles:

  • BEA Systems customers like its breadth, but one felt he was oversold.
  • IBM is a favorite among customers looking to work with one vendor.
  • Tibco Software's customer base moves beyond its financial services roots.

    Voice of Experience:
    Business Integration's Road Warrior

    Con-way's Praveen Sharabu integrated four accounts-receivable systems for the logistics company.

    QUESTION: What are the biggest pitfalls for business integration software projects? Write to us: baseline@ziffdavis.com.



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