Did you know Internet Solutions (IS) has devised a strategy to provide clients with customised and  optimised technology solutions?
WE LIVE in the age when processing power is cheaper and more potent, storage is a commodity rather than an asset, and digital communication is readily available. On the other hand, applications have become increasingly complex and more demanding.
The enterprise service bus is commonly viewed as a single middleware software package that connects to the majority of, or all business applications within an organisation.
There are so many choices out there today that we can no longer buy the simple item we need, no matter what that item is. When was the last time you were able to enter a store and buy a pair of jeans, just jeans, not “slim fit stonewashed low-waist” ones, but those plain original blue jeans?
In the previous article we lay the foundation to understanding the principles of service-oriented architecture (SOA) and how they can be implemented in an integration strategy of an organisation.

In this article I will talk about how service-enablement can address business needs more effectively.

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