September 30, 2004

SOA Prominent on 2005 Budgets

Service Oriented Architectures By: ams

Slashdot writes:

Michael S. Mimoso writes “A Yankee Group survey of 473 enterprise decision makers reveals that companies have put aside money for service-oriented architectures for 2005.” This is a bigger deal than it sounds – if companies keep moving this away, it will mean a sea change in corporate technology usage – and change the way/why development is done. We’re talking everything from SOAP stuff to wholesale ASP adoption like Salesforce.com.

Yankee’s survey results suggest that the biggest investments in SOA will come from the wireless telecom and manufacturing markets (78%), financial services (77%), and health care (71%).

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