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Taking Enterprise Mash-ups From Buzzword to Business Reality - Gain One Integrated View of BI, CRM, ERP and Other Enterprise Systems

Date: March 28, 2007

Time: 02:00 pm US Eastern

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Featured Speakers:

Paul Wlodarczyk, VP of Solutions Consulting, JustSystems (bio)


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Enterprise mash-ups and composite applications: "mash-up" applications grew-up in the consumer market, but now mash-ups are beginning to make an impact on the enterprise by providing a feature-rich user experience and low-cost access to enterprise systems through a Services Oriented Architecture framework.

Enterprise applications like Contact Center Support and Business Intelligence can exploit mash-up capabilities to provide business users with integrated views of previously siloed information, and - unlike consumer mash-ups or enterprise portals - enable read-write access to that content. For mash-ups to become more relevant for business applications, a mash-up "framework" will need to be provided that addresses classic IT concerns of application availability, reliability, user management, information security, standards compliance, and manageability.

Tune into this webinar and learn how mash-ups are evolving to enable business solutions including management dashboards, financial reporting and analysis, manufacturing inventory control, call center agent integration, as well as other applications.

What you will learn:

  • What are enterprise mash-ups?
  • How should IT be thinking about mash-ups to exploit the capabilities?
  • How can mash-ups be done in an IT-compliant fashion?
  • How you can take your investment in enterprise systems to the next level by using mash-ups to break down information silos
  • How to gain real-time visibility into business processes that span multiple enterprise systems in one view
  • How you can use mash-up approaches to reduce business application development costs and time to results for IT projects, and empower line of business managers to direct their own projects

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Paul Wlodarczyk helps JustSystems clients "compete through content." With more than 20 years of specialized experience in enterprise content management and knowledge management, he leads and supports engagements that require analysis and improvement of content lifecycles - workflows that span the creation, review, localization, publishing, reuse, management, analysis, and visualization of business content. Prior to JustSystems, Paul spent more than 18 years at Xerox in Rochester, NY, as a Service Line Manager for a content lifecycle consultancy with Xerox Global Services, and in various operations roles in knowledge management, technical publishing, localization, and software engineering.

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