Developing Capabilities through SOA Integration2015-CIO-Review-SOA-20-mpp

Today, the role of SOA is evolving as a practical and relevant component for delivering agility to enterprises. However, CIOs observe the most frequent challenge in the SOA landscape is the lack of holistic enterprise vision or a practical roadmap that supports the vision, while embarking upon an SOA initiative. This results in an improper utilization of SOA investments, instability and unreliability of SOA solutions, and unrealized ROI. Neutralizing this challenge, Hydus, an Enterprise Information Management (EIM) company, extends a strategic approach to SOA adoption, encouraging a practical roadmap for incremental delivery of the SOA capabilities, including delivery of Event Enterprise. Their SOA strategy enables organizations to develop a strong architectural and delivery approach for successful business capability deployment to meet business drivers. “Our approach to SOA adoption enables our customers to deliver channel independent capabilities with an emphasis on first-time: on-time delivery of the business capabilities. Our out-of-the-box auditing, exception handling, and monitoring and management solutions encourage our customers to focus on capability services rather than utility services along with promised ROI,” says Sharma Anupindi, CTO, Hydus an XTIVIA Company.

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