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SOA and BPM: A Process Centric Approach - Part 1 Background and Basics
In a process centric approach to SOA and BPM, perspectives of strategy, systems, business and technology can be incorporated in order to achieve successful change in business processes -discussed here as Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) as a way of gaining a better view on SOA in relation to BPM.
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President and co-founder, Modus21
With more than 10 years of experience in Information Technology, Mr. Woodhull has been focused on Business Process Management and Systems Interoperability since 2001. His expertise in systems architecture and software development has been recognized with the Department of Defense. Throughout his career, Mr. Woodhull has employed strong leadership skills to motivate and coach teams to perform at their best. Peter thrives in challenging, high energy situations and maintains a high level of passion for implementing computer systems that support real world business processes. He holds a Bachelors degree from Purdue University, a Masters degree from Northwestern University and is currently pursing a second Masters degree from the University of Charleston.
- Oracle Corporation
- Jun 8, 2009