Yorkshire Water uses SOA and BPM to drive IT
sponsored by ORACLE APAC

Yorkshire Water supplies 4.7 million UK customers with clean drinking water, but their in-house IT systems were inflexible, difficult to maintain, and costing them unnecessary time and money. To improve the delivery of their IT services, Yorkshire adopted a service-oriented architecture (SOA) strategy.

Watch this videocast to learn how a SOA strategy allowed them to exploit:

  • The reuse of services for multiple business platforms
  • The SOA interfaces being delivered by third party applications
  • And more.
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