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A roadmap towards the convergence of business process management and service oriented architecture

Ubiquity, Volume 2007 Issue April | BY Faouzi Kamoun 

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Traditionally Business Process Management (BPM) and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) have been pursued as two independent initiatives. Recently, the BPM-SOA combination is being advocated as the best approach, enterprises have, to bring a closer alignment between business processes and IT resources and reach the desired business agility and responsiveness to changing business requirements. This article takes a closer look to the BPM-SOA convergence trend. It recognizes that the convergence landscape is not as smooth as many believe. The article then tries to sketch a roadmap to further facilitate a broader BPM-SOA adoption, while identifying the main hurdles standing in the BPM-SOA convergence landscape.


[This article is available as a PDF only. It originally appeared on Ubiquity, Volume 8, Issue 14 (April 10 - April 16, 2007).]

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Please forward me a copy of the following article: A roadmap towards the convergence of business process management and service oriented architecture. Kamoun, F. 2007 Vol. 8, issue 14, Apr 10-Apr 16, 2007 Boeing has a subscription to the ACM Digital Library

— Charlotte Barrow, Fri, 18 Nov 2011 17:18:38 UTC

How can I obtain a copy of this article: A roadmap towards the convergence of business process management and service oriented architecture. Kamoun, F. 2007

— Edina Ortiz, Thu, 17 Nov 2011 18:47:54 UTC

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