process choreography

process choreography

In a service oriented architecture (SOA), it refers to the flow of business processes. A "non-interruptible" or "microflow" process receives input and generates output. An "interruptible" or "macroflow" process can take any length of time to complete, be interrupted for human interaction as well as be shut down and restarted. See Web services.
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These solutions are designed to effectively utilize portal technology, process choreography and business components built on ACORD standards that improve efficiency and support business growth.
Risk-based audit approach that defines key controls, allowing real-time visibility into a company's systems; - Automatic synchronization between controls, processes and control documentation; - Robust evidence gathering and reporting capabilities; - Business Process Choreography for automated business processes and simplified task management across compliance applications and; - Integrated Analytics
Building an SOA without an EIM strategy will significantly lower the response to business process choreography, and one of the main benefits of SOBAs (Service-Oriented Business Applications) will be lost.
More technically capable trading partners run their own RosettaNet B2Bi servers, while a majority of their supplier community is integrated into Seagate's supply chain via a Web-based interface, with E2open software providing the necessary RosettaNet translations for process choreography, payload and protocol.
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