BPM and SOA

As businesses move away from buying applications to buying the means of facilitating business processes, a different approach to technology assets is required. Service-oriented architecture (SOA) will enable organizations to run business from a process point of view. Tooling must therefore allow existing investments to be used within the SOA environment, enabling business processes to be easily and effectively modeled.
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