SOA Big on SAP and IBM Agendas

 
 
By Mel Duvall  |  Posted 2006-10-19 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Enterprise software giant SAP is looking to bolster its position in the service-oriented architecture arena by launching a variety of consulting services aimed at helping customers transition to SOA. (Baselinemag.com)

Enterprise software giant SAP is looking to bolster its position in the service-oriented architecture arena, by launching a variety of consulting services aimed at helping customers transition to SOA. The new consulting services will help customers develop a road map to transition their enterprise systems to SOA, according to Bernd-Michael Rumpf, head of SAPs Global Field Services group and chief executive of the software companys systems integration division.
Click here to read about IBMs new SOA initiative.
The services will also help companies roll out SOA-based systems, leveraging the vendors NetWeaver technology. "We are providing customers with the clear services that will enable their successful transition to enterprise SOA," Rumpf said in making the announcement at the companys TechEd conference this week in Amsterdam.
Included in the list of new consulting services is SAP Business Strategy for Enterprise SOA, which essentially helps customers define an SOA strategy for their business and technology requirements. Read the full story on Baselinemag.com: SOA Big on SAP and IBM Agendas Check out eWEEK.coms for the latest news, reviews and analysis in Web services.
 
 
 
 
Contributing Editor
Mel Duvall is a veteran business and technology journalist, having written for a variety of daily newspapers and magazines for 17 years. Most recently he was the Business Commerce Editor for Interactive Week, and previously served as a senior business writer for The Financial Post.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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