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Posts for tag: business-oriented-architecture

Wed, April, 2016 | Simon Moss

Compliance Detect-Respond Operations: Panama, panic du jour

What has been uncovered in Panama is really interesting stuff. Of course we could analyze how such things can happen – with cross border cash flow being so easy, combined with complex legal and financial opacity in most country tax codes and, let’s be honest, some pretty serious corruption in the global geo-political system –…

Tue, January, 2013 | Simon Moss

Pneuron’s Business Orientated Architecture and BPM

In recent blog posts we have compared the Pneuron platform with other product categories – SoA and ETL. These comparisons are a useful way to distinguish the Pneuron platform from the point products that have dominated traditional IT architectures. Another frequent comparison we hear from prospects is, “Oh, you’re a BPM tool.” That judgment is…

Sat, December, 2012 | Simon Moss

Pneuron: A Business Oriented Architecture and ETL

A recent post addressed how radically different Pneuron is to a Service Orientated Architecture (SOA) in speed, cost, time to market and the opportunities it is giving our customers. Now for another technology trend – ETL – which is great a technology, but not the “innovation multiplier” that Pneuron offers. Tom Fountain explains: Pneuron is…