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Architecture Evolution: Service-oriented Architecture versus Web Services
Collaboration and interoperability are critical where multiple business units reside under one larger corporation, or where there is a requirement to integrate

web services interoperability  Evolution: Service-oriented Architecture versus Web Services Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is not the same as Web services: the latter is one concrete way to achieve some benefits of SOA, and specifies a collection of technologies using protocols such as simple object access protocol (SOAP), and languages such as XML. Web services are invoked over the Internet by means of industry-standard protocols, including SOAP; extensible markup language (XML); hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), Web services

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Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, BPEL, and More Part One: SOA, Web Services, and BPM


In the larger schema of things, SOA would espouse general, more abstract concepts of software reusability and encapsulation within certain boundaries (as to then provide access to that software via defined interfaces), Web services would then make these SOA concepts vendor-independent due to their use of generally accepted standards, while BPM and BPEL would be some of the engines making the whole system work.

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Enterprise Content Management: It Is More Than Just Web Content Management


Enterprise content management (ECM) is moving beyond web content management. To meet enterprises' needs, large vendors are introducing scaled down versions, others are integrating ECM with other systems, and all are focusing on key areas.

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Delivering Operational Excellence with Innovation: Enterprise Services Architecture for Enterprise Resource Planning


Changing business practices, especially those that consolidate business and IT functions, requires careful research and decision making. For companies needing to move beyond traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, enterprise service applications (ESA) can help reduce the complexity of having disparate IT systems. Find out about the benefits of ESA and how it can help you achieve operational excellence.

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Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 2: Product Architecture and Web-Basing


This note discusses how a flexible and agile ERP system needs an adaptable architecture, how easy integration to 3rd-party applications has become a key selling point for ERP vendors, and how extending ERP to the Internet stems from the intent of many IT organizations not to reinvent the wheel in their scramble to create e-commerce applications.

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Top 7 Reasons Services Organizations Need ERP


Services organizations require specialized software to help them overcome business challenges unique to this industry sector. An ERP for services solution enables better decision making and ultimately gives these organizations a competitive edge by harnessing their most valuable asset: knowledge. Find out the key business challenges these organizations need their software to address.

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ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing)


Typically, ERP systems designed for services industries offer modules that provide back-office support, customer relationship management, time management, expense management, resource management, and project management capabilities. Depending on the vertical market, additional industry-specific functionality may be included to address unique business requirements. Consequently, project-centric systems for accounting, architecture, construction, engineering, and professional services industries will support project management functionality; whereas health care, field service, distribution, and government systems will support functionality unique to those vertical markets.

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Case Study: Deluxe Media Services


Deluxe Media Services supplies the world’s best-known film, music, and games companies with solutions for manufacturing and distributing packaged media. But in each country where Deluxe has operations, it was using a different electronic data interchange (EDI) provider and value-added network to exchange critical business documents. Learn about the problems this caused, and the EDI solution Deluxe chose to solve them.

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Metalearn Services


Founded in 2003, Metalearn is an end-to-end learning solutions company. The company offers a customizable and scalable learning management system (LMS), consulting services, and custom content development. Metalearn works with several large enterprises in India and around the globe. Clients include Fidelity, HP, Dell, Igate, Accenture, Dr. Reddy's, Honeywell, Microsoft, and The Commonwealth of Learning. The company is headquartered in Bangalore, India, with offices in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (US); Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Adelaide, Australia; and Singapore.

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PTC Creo 3.0—CAD Interoperability


CAD software is changing to make data reusable and collaboratively shared in the customer/supplier’s native format (most commonly 3D CAD formats). At the forefront of these changes is product development software player PTC, and the company’s 3D product design solution Creo, now on its third version, which offers powerful CAD interoperability and design and efficiency improvements.

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IT Services E-Procurement


E-procurement is not just for goods and material. The market now offers IT services e-procurement solutions that open access to service sources and seek to optimize the service chain. What are these solutions and how do they work?

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