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New Post 12/14/2012 7:14 AM
User is offline Dahlia Biazid
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SOA or BPM? 
Dear all, Which path would you rather take nowadays as a step ahead from Business Analysis? Do you think the future holds more demand for SOA or BPM? Thanks, Dahlia
New Post 12/18/2012 8:02 AM
User is offline Tony Markos
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Re: SOA or BPM? 


I do not think it is a one-or-the-other choice.    Basically, BPM is done to logically partition the organization, and then this partitioning is used as an input to come up with a SOA.


New Post 7/14/2013 1:08 PM
User is offline Eric Butoroc
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Re: SOA or BPM? 

My vote go to BPM. I think it is the hottest path at the moment in Business Analysis industry.

New Post 7/15/2013 2:07 PM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Re: SOA or BPM? 

Business process management (BPM) - Model, automate, execute, control, measure and optimize the flow of business activities.

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) - An architectural approach for constructing software-intensive systems from a set of universally interconnected and interdependent services. 

With Cloud computing, SOA is even more popular, as Cloud computing is another example of a Service-Oriented Architecture.

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