Business Oriented Architecture

Interesting article on about Business-Oriented
by Rod Favaron. In it he talks about how business-orientation is
what makes BPM different from services-oriented architecture (SOA).  For a business
person, the chief value of a SOA is that it removes the need to understand the complex
application infrastructure of the company today; this simplifies the conversation
? and returns the discussion of process improvement to a business orientation. BPM
also provides a set of tools for business users; tools focused on business improvement,
not service implementation and management. The ability to quickly and flexibly define
end-to-end processes, identify performance goals and then manage to those goals is
what sets BPM apart from technology-based tools. Read more about it here

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