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Driving SOA From the Top Down Using BPM

Date: November 07, 2006

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

All dates and times are NY local time, please consult your favorite world clock to determine when this webinar takes place in your time zone.

Featured Speakers:

Daryl C. Plummer, MVP, Chief Gartner Fellow & Chief of Research for Advanced IT, Gartner (bio)
Phil Gilbert, EVP and Chief Technology Officer, Lombardi Software (bio)


Moderator:

David A. Kelly

Sponsored By:

Lombardi Software

The Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is the dominant architectural style for packaging, distributing and invoking discrete functions today. Companies investing in SOA typically expect to get better flexibility, agility and re-use from their SOA investments. But adopting SOA as an architectural style does not ensure that a company will realize competitive advantage in their business. IT groups must have a plan for linking SOA to business imperatives.

Please join Gartner and Lombardi Software to learn how to connect your SOA initiative to key business priorities from the top down using Business Process Management (BPM). Attendees will learn about how SOA is continuing to evolve, the platform required to drive business process improvement and the competencies IT teams must gain to define SOA requirements from the top down. Your questions will be answered live during the event.

Any editorial supplied by Lombardi Software is independent of Gartner analysis. All Gartner research is © 2001 by Gartner, Inc. All rights reserved. All Gartner materials are used by Lombardi Software with Gartner's permission and in no way does the use or publication of Gartner research indicate Gartner's endorsement of Lombardi Software products and/or strategies. Any other reproduction of this publication in any form without prior written permission is forbidden. The information contained herein has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable. Gartner disclaims all warranties as to the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of such information. Gartner shall have no liability for errors, omissions or inadequacies in the information contained herein or for interpretations thereof. The opinions expressed herein are subject to change without notice.



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Featured Speaker Bios:

Daryl Plummer is a group vice president and Chief Gartner Fellow. He manages the Emerging Trends group in Gartner and is a primary analyst in software infrastructure. He is responsible for research in Internet platforms and Web services, applications development, application integration and middleware, emerging trends and technologies, and enterprise architecture. Mr. Plummer also manages the Gartner Fellows program, which is designed to allow senior analysts the opportunity to explore new research ideas and to elevate the Gartner culture and brand with clients.

Mr. Plummer has been with Gartner for 10 years, and he has more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry. Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Plummer was division director and technology coordinator for the State of Florida's Department of Management Services. Mr. Plummer was also data center director of the Technology Resource Center, one of the largest data centers in Florida. In this capacity, he managed the introduction of statewide client/server systems and methodologies. He was instrumental in the creation of the state's TCP/IP network and designed and implemented the Florida Communities Network - Florida's economic Internet presence. Mr. Plummer graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering Technology, and a Masters of Science in Computer Science, each from Florida State University.

Phil Gilbert joined Lombardi Software in 2002 and serves as its Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. Phil also serves on the Board of Directors of BPMI.org. He brings more than 20 years of experience in technology start-ups plus 6 years in consulting and executive positions for non-technology businesses.

Phil is responsible for Lombardi's technical strategy and product delivery, with the Products Group reporting to him. After joining KPMG in 1978, Phil served as CFO of a publicly-held insurer in Oklahoma until the company was acquired. In 1986, he formed The Gilbert Technologies Group in Pacific Palisades, California - a company that was at the vanguard of graphically-based distributed computing. In 1989, the company's first product was released as a result of a joint venture with Microsoft and others. Offices in Seattle, Amsterdam and London followed, and the company's software was deployed across four continents.

In 1996, Phil led the development of the first Internet standards-based document management system for a customer with locations throughout the UK and Europe. In 1998, he joined the Austin-based Trilogy group, where he was CTO of the Communications Business Unit before joining Lombardi.

Phil has been awarded four patents in the area of distributed transaction management, has served on numerous industry committees and panels, and was a founding Board member of RosettaNet, serving until 2001. Phil graduated as a Pe-et (top ten) senior from the University of Oklahoma in 1978 with a Bachelor of Accountancy degree, with special emphasis in the Computer Sciences.


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