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10.1 Indicate whether you think that SOA has led to an increase in strategic value in any of these areas

 

Process improvement

The deployment of new capabilities

Simplification of access to enterprise data

Lowering costs

Other

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Michigan

 

 

 

 

 

Cornell

 

 

 

 

 

Georgetown

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Ohio State

 

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UMUC

 

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UofT

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MIT

 

 

 

 

 

Washington

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UW-Madison

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UC-Irvine

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Colorado

 

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Indiana

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10.2 Cost-benefit

 

In theory the cost of developing and deploying a service could be calculated

There have been cost savings in terms of service re-use

Other

UBC

 

 

 

Michigan

 

 

 

Cornell

 

 

 

Georgetown

 

 

 

Ohio State

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UMUC

 

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UofT

 

 

 

MIT

 

 

 

Washington

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UW-Madison

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UC-Irvine

 

 

 

Colorado

 

 

 

Indiana

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UofT We'll implement a Balanced Score Card to help track the improvement in the execution of business processes that have been service enabled.

10.3 Additional comments:

Georgetown SOA concepts and technologies enable us to plan toward and adopt cloud based services with greater confidence in our ability to integrate them. 


UofT We're not sure that IT will benefit directly from SOA, but we do anticipate that some business processes, with the availability of real-time data, will be improved.

Washinton Cost savings analysis has not been done
Cost savings may not be where one might expect (eg a set of standard set of xml parsing algorithms that can be re-used)

Colorado
Very hard to measure, without an ERP implementation project, I'm not sure that we could have justified the initial investment.  Goal is to baseline cost of new integrations by complexity level in Q1 2013 and then drive that cost down over the 2013 calendar year.


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