December 8, 2011 – As an IT solution for complex integration, service-oriented architecture (SOA) has seen success in some insurers’ organizations. However, from a business and architecture perspective, it leaves more to be desired, according to a new report issued today by Boston-based research and consulting firm Celent.

“Business-Oriented Architecture: SOA Refocused,” outlines a new concept, business-oriented architecture as a process that allows insurers to define their business model and processes to drive IT and SOA, rather than the opposite. The result will be greater business value, notes senior analyst Ben Moreland, author of the report.

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