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April 2nd: A smarter way to SOA!

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A Smarter Way to Successful SOA - Information as a Trusted Strategic Asset

With Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) maturing and being top of mind with many IT execs, expectations for successful outcomes are higher than ever. One of the key success factors that is often overlooked is how data and information is managed as part of the solution.

Join IBM's live Webcast and see how you can help deliver your SOA projects on time, within budget and satisfy your stakeholders' requirements.

A Smarter Way to Successful SOA - Information as a Trusted Strategic Asset
Thursday, April 2, 2009
11:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM PT / 15:00 PM GMT

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Join this live event to learn how Data Services, Data Abstraction and Information as a Service can deliver the business benefits and ROI you expect from your SOA project.

Register TODAY to participate on Thursday, April 2nd, 2009!

Includes live Q&A!
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