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Uncertainty about the economy is causing many IT executives to reevaluate current and new initiatives. Investments may be delayed unless they either will result in tangible and rapid cost savings or are critical to the viability of the business. These are the primary factors why many organizations are deciding to continue their Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) initiatives. An SOA enables business agility, an important characteristic for business to weather and succeed in tough economic times. At the same time, this architecture style supports progressive adoption instead of the traditional long development cycles, so organizations can realize incremental returns on their investment.
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