Everybody knows batch transfers and manual intervention cost the business time and reduce its operational efficiency.

Call it what you will - straight-through-processing (STP) in financial services, just-in-time (JIT) inventory management in manufacturing, or self-service provisioning in telecommunications - the drive for operational excellence makes legacy batch and manual processing a target for modernization across every industry today.

In this webinar you will hear from Progress and its customer Bruce Hogg of Pacific Blue Cross to learn how using a leave-and-layer approach with an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) can help you quickly meet your SOA goals.The benefits customers report include:

  • Reduced business process cycle time;
  • Improved consistency and visibility of in-process data;
  • Reduced cost of errors from manual intervention;
  • Cut costs of processing peak transaction loads; and
  • Created flexibility to handle future business change.

Attendees will see a live demonstration on how to use an ESB to achieve service-oriented architecture (SOA) patterns that eliminate batch transfer latency from business processes. Special attention is directed at the challenges of SOA migration and how to avoid disrupting existing systems and their users.

Duration: 1 hour

Recorded: 22 February 2007

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