Issue No. 06 - November/December (2005 vol. 7)
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Rodney Gleghorn , Century Surety Company
To remain competitive, organizations must operate efficiently and be flexible enough to rapidly respond to?and even preempt?changing market conditions. IT managers must therefore continually seek ways to support more effective and accurate business processes. Enterprise application integration (EAI) is a key technology in meeting this mandate, but before implementing any data-integration solution, an organization should be aware of the technical risks as well as the operations involved in the process.
data-integration solution, enterprise application integration (EAI), IT managers, business objectives, improved productivity, improved data accuracy, B2B integration, technical risks, operational risk, transportation, transformation, mapping, insertion, enterprise resource planning (ERP), point-to-point design, enterprise integration architectures, value-added networks (VANs), server-based integration
R. Gleghorn, "Enterprise Application Integration: A Manager's Perspective," in IT Professional, vol. 7, no. , pp. 17-23, 2005.