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In the White Paper Section you’ll find white papers and research on issues related to emerging computer technology, business communications management, in-depth TCO analysis of different technologies and strategies, open source systems, datacenter best practices, and virtualization solutions. The specific topics with their own dedicated Resource Centers include SOA solutions, IT offshoring benefits, SaaS, VoIP systems, and Sarbox compliance.

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State of the BPM Market, 2008

Business process improvement ranks as the #1 priority for both business and IT leaders in 2008 in recent market surveys. But market noise from hundreds of vendors selling hundreds of process solutions can be deafening, creating a confusing matrix of process improvement options. In an effort to help customers cut through the noise of this vibrant market, BEA completed a thorough analysis of the Business Process Management (BPM) market, drawing on more than 100 analyst reports, articles, market and BEA customer surveys.

The early adopters of BPM have much to share – BPM has helped organizations save millions through better visibility into market risk, double profit margin by improving operational excellence, and triple customer satisfaction by automating paper processes. This white paper explores the rise of BPM, the current trajectory, and the top five market trends to watch.

 

Event Processing Market Pulse 2007

The buzz around event-driven architecture has been increasing in both practitioner and vendor circles. Unlike many emerging technologies that are hailed as all encompassing replacement strategies, event-driven architecture is most often viewed as a complement to today's most popular enterprise strategies - service-oriented architecture and business process management. To get the practitioner's point of view on event-driven architecture adoption and the state of the event processing market, ebizQ conducted an online survey during July and August 2007. This paper shares the results of the Event Processing Survey, along with ebizQ's observations on this emerging technology strategy.

 

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