Popkin and Dwyer Show How Enterprise Architecture Creates Successful SOA by Aligning IT with Business Goals

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A successful SOA implementation isn’t guaranteed, it comes together when business and IT coordinate their efforts.  But bringing IT and the business together can be daunting. They knock heads. When they talk, they don’t seem to speak the same language.  To promote the cross-functional, cross-discipline collaboration between business and IT you need to successfully implement your SOA by leveraging the planning, impact analysis, and communication platform established by Enterprise Architecture (EA).

With EA, you close the gap between business strategy and IT infrastructure by creating a platform for articulating and implementing your strategic business requirements.

Join our exclusive roundtable Webcast, featuring two software architecture luminaries, Tom Dwyer, both VP of Research, BrainStorm Group and Editorial Director, BPMInstitute.org and Jan Popkin, enterprise architecture thought leader and senior strategist at Telelogic.

During this informative Webcast, Tom and Jan discuss how Enterprise Architecture helps you: 

  • Close the gap between business and IT
  • Identify and overcome redundant and inconsistently defined functions, processes, data, systems and services
  • Articulate and implement strategic business requirements
  • Drive value from the journey to achieving SOA as well as the destination itself

Jan Popkin, Chief Strategist, Telelogic
Jan Popkin is Chief Strategist for Telelogic, a leading developer of enterprise architecture, business process and application development products and services. Popkin speaks worldwide on both business and technology issues. He was previously founder and CEO of Popkin Software, the leading enterprise architecture and business process modeling tool vendor worldwide, according to industry analysts. Today, more than 70,000 users worldwide use its flagship System Architect tool suite.  Popkin is on the board of the Object Management Group (OMG), the advisory board of the E-Gov Institute and a board member of the New York Software Industry Association (NYSIA). He is also a member of the C4ISR Industry Panel, International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and a charter member of the Architectural Forum of the Worldwide Institute of Software Architects.

Tom Dwyer, VP of Research, BrainStorm Group and Editorial Director, BPMInstitute.org
Tom Dwyer is the VP of Research for BrainStorm Group, the Editorial Director of BPMInstitute.org, and Editorial Board Member for SOAInstitute.org and a co-chair of BrainStorm Group's SOAI conference series. He writes, presents and consults on topics that include Service-Oriented Architecture, Business-to-Business, Enterprise Application Integration, and Business Process Management. Mr. Dwyer has conducted primary research and published extensive reports on the Application Software Infrastructure markets.

Before becoming an industry analyst in 1998, Mr. Dwyer spent 28 years in the computer industry in various engineering, marketing, professional services, and sales functions. He was a co-founder and general manager of a new software venture at Xerox that developed and marketed a Business Process Management product. Mr. Dwyer has held senior management positions in marketing and engineering at Wang Laboratories and Prime Computer and has developed and launched more than 15 software products.

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