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Value Chain Integration

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ALSO CALLED: Integration, VCI
DEFINITION: The process in which multiple enterprises within a shared market cooperatively plan, implement, and manage (electronically and physically) the flow of goods, services, and information from point of origin to point of consumption in a manner that increases customer-perceived value and optimizes the efficiency of the chain, creating competitive advantage for all stakeholders involved.
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Red Hat Continues To Redefine SOA: Simple. Open. Affordable
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WHITE PAPER: Despite the significant progress made with open standards in the industry, most SOA platforms are delivered with many proprietary, closed extensions that focus on customer lock-in more than automation of the value chain. Red Hat believes there is a better way. We redefine SOA to be simple, open, and affordable.
Posted: 20 Jul 2009 | Published: 30 Oct 2008

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