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OASIS Standardizes Business-Centric Methodology

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OASIS, the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, today announced a new standard for business-centric methodology. You can read the release here, but to provide a quick explanation, I'm told BCM "addresses interoperability through the semantic alignment of concepts and layering of constraints, as defined by reusable business templates."

OASIS said that plans are in the works to develop a business-centric framing language that will use 'service bridges' to ensure information used by one layer of SOA is accurately communicated to the other BCM layers. OASIS also intend to develop an ontology for eBusiness that resides in the concept layer to ensure semantic synchronicity across all BCM layers. OASIS invites interested parties to exchange information on implementing BCM via the bcm-dev mailing list).

If anyone is a 'BCM' expert around here, and would like to write an article on it for ebizQ, please let me know.

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