Business Ecology Initiative & Service-Oriented Solution

Michael Poulin

IT split in line with Business Process

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First is first!

Please, accept the warmest greetings in New 13 Year! I believe that you sacred plans will realise and you will come up with even more advanced ideas. I wish you happiness and prosperity if you need it for being happy!

I'd like to share with you a gift I was given suddenly. I've described an adventures model of business organisation for a service-oriented enterprise in my coming book "Architects Know What Managers Don't" (ISBN ISBN 978-0-9575199-0-9), and a few days ago one of my client companies had announced plans for realisation of this model. The core of this model is in that business flexibility in the marker requires dividing corporate IT as the next evolutionary step. Particularly, going forward, IT needs to comprise two parts

a) delivery teams that work on specifics of business processes in business units, for these units and under the units' management
b) shared corporate resources like e-mail, security solutions, databases, etc. that remain under a central IT management and control

The key regulator of the divided and distributed parts of IT is described in the book and mentioned in the BLOG "A Good Service Idea Flies Fast".

This is how service orientation gets back into IT life nowadays.


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It seems it is going to be a busy and a wonderful year for you too. Thank you for sharing this piece of news and I am sure this is going to be warmly accepted all over the world.

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In this blog, Michael Poulin writes about business and technology ideas, concepts, methodologies and solutions leading to service-oriented enterprise, the primary instrument for obtaining business objectives in fast-changing environments.

Michael Poulin

Michael Poulin is an enterprise-level solution architect working in the financial industry in the U.K. and the United States.

He specializes in building bridges between business needs and technology capabilities with emphasis on business and technical efficiency, scalability, robustness and manageability. He writes about service orientation, application security and use of modern technologies for solving business problems. He contributes to OASIS SOA standards as an independent member and is listed in the the international "Who's Who of Information Technology" for 2001. View more

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