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Business-Driven Architect

Brenda Michelson

Announcing 2010 Case Study Contest: Business Agility and Process Optimization enabled by BPM & SOA

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The BPM/SOA Community of Practice (CoP), in partnership with BPTrends and TechTarget, is sponsoring the “Business Agility and Process Optimization enabled by Business Process Management (BPM) and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)� Case Study Competition. The competition is open to organizations of all sizes, including government agencies, which have successfully delivered business or mission value using a BPM, SOA or combined BPM-SOA approach.

Similar to the SOA Consortium’s contests in 20082009, the goal of the BPM/SOA Case Study Competition is to highlight business success stories and lessons learned to provide proof points and insights for other organizations considering or pursuing BPM, SOA or combined BPM-SOA adoption. To qualify for the competition, the project must be complete with demonstrated business results.

Entries will be judged on the complexity of the business problem addressed, the ROI/Business Value achieved (Agility/Innovation/Flexibility/Optimization/Resilience/Service Delivery), the level and sophistication of the cross-organizational collaboration (Business/Technical) and the usage of BPM/SOA approaches and supporting technology. In addition to one overall winner, organizations will be recognized by industry/government.

Case Study Competition winners will be announced at the BPM/SOA CoP meeting in Cambridge MA on September 21, 2010 and will be featured on the BPM/SOA CoP website and in October publications by BPTrends and TechTarget.

Visit the contest homepage to learn about the guidelines, peak at the application, and meet the judges.  Submissions will be accepted through June 29, 2010.

 

[Disclosure: The BPM/SOA Community of Practice is a client of my firm, Elemental Links.]

Brenda Michelson, Principal of Elemental Links, shares her view on architectural strategies, technology trends, business, and relevance.

Brenda Michelson

Brenda Michelson is the principal of Elemental Links an advisory & consulting practice focused on business-technology capabilities that increase business visibility and responsiveness. Follow Brenda on Twitter.

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