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For years we have been hearing about the advent of the "real-time" enterprise. In the hands of various proponents, the term can mean anything from instant data access, to business activity monitoring, to rule-driven event management. Progressively, these capabilities should deliver outcomes that stretch all the way from optimized upstream supply-chain planning and execution to instant customer service. In support of such outcomes, technology vendors use the term to support product sales of enterprise service buses, portals, data, content management, analytics, and business intelligence platforms.

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