JustSystems, ZapThink reveal SOAs next act: Document-Centric SOA

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Webinar addresses competitive advantage of folding documents into SOA initiatives

Service-Oriented Architecture has traditionally focused on the service-enablement of structured and transactional data and processes. In an upcoming Webinar, JustSystems, Inc., and ZapThink, LLC, will discuss how organisations are now beginning to take a closer look at the role documents and document-centric processes can play as part of SOA.

Bridging the Data/Document Divide: How High-Performance Companies Leverage Document-Centric SOA for Competitive Advantage focuses on the convergence of data and documents in a SOA environment. In turn, document-based SOA helps enterprises optimise document-centric processes, drive down costs, mitigate risk, and dramatically improve business responsiveness. All registrants will receive a copy of a ZapNote on document-based SOA.

What:  Bridging the Data/Document Divide: How High-Performance Companies Leverage Document-Centric SOA for Competitive Advantage Webinar

Who:   Jason Bloomberg, managing partner, ZapThink; and Jake Sorofman, senior vice president of marketing and business development, JustSystems

When: Wednesday, February 13, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time (11:00 a.m. Pacific time) 7.00pm UK

How:   Register for this free event at https://justsystems.webex.com/justsystems/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=928963092.

Attendees will learn:

  • Strategic insights into the emerging role of documents as both an information source and an application framework for SOA
  • How to identify document-centric processes as candidates for SOA-based transformation
  • The principles for an action plan, including a framework for organising for success
  • Case study examples of how document-centric SOA is being leveraged by high performance companies today
     

About JustSystems

JustSystems is a leading global software provider with a 27-year history of successful innovation in office productivity, information management, and consumer and enterprise software. With over 2,500 customers worldwide and annual revenues over $110M, the company is continuing a global expansion strategy that includes the launch of its new enterprise software offering called xfy (pronounced 'x-fie'), and XMetaL content lifecycle solutions.

JustSystems has worldwide office locations including global headquarters in Tokyo, and regional offices in New York, Palo Alto, Vancouver, and London. The company currently employs over 1,000 people. Major strategic partnerships include IBM, Oracle and EMC.

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