Service-Oriented Business Application (SOBA)
Definition - What does Service-Oriented Business Application (SOBA) mean?
SOBAs are relatively new and are in the evolution stage, although they have been implemented by many organizations.
Techopedia explains Service-Oriented Business Application (SOBA)
Many businesses are adopting the utilization of SOBAs in their SOAs and also in their integration framework. SOBAs will eventually connect business applications like enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM) and supply chain management (SCM) in real time.
SOBAs integrate and assist Web services, adhering to standards, including WSDL and SOAP.
According to Charles Abrams, who coined the term, in order for business-process fusion to happen, SOBAs are crucial. SOBAs ensure real-time usage of structured information, which permits enterprises to become more competitive. Moreover, it is anticipated that SOBAs will transform the application environment.
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