Corporate Portals Empowered with XML and Web Services

By

  • Anura Guruge, Independent analyst and consultant based in Gilford, NH.

Following the humbling of the 'dot.coms' it is well implemented corporate portals that are ushering in a new and prosperous era of e-business. Corporate Portals Empowered with XML and Web Services provides decision makers with a clear and concise explanation of what portals are all about, why you really need a portal strategy, how you go about implementing one, and the issues you have to encounter and surmount. Guruge shows how you can successfully use XML and web services to empower your portals for collaboration, knowledge management, CRM, ERP and supply chain management.
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Audience

Corporate IT professionals. Network Administrators & Web masters. Middle to Senior Corporate Management.

 

Book information

  • Published: November 2002
  • Imprint: DIGITAL PRESS
  • ISBN: 978-1-55558-280-7

Reviews

"Corporate Portals Empowered with XML and Web Services is a must-read for those planning or developing a corporate portal for their organization. The book provides both technical and business management insight into the issues both groups face. This is key to a truly integrated system. Guruge's use of real world examples makes this a lesson in practicality, not simply another book on theory."—David Johnson, Cisco Systems "My recommendation for any business, regardless of what industry it is in, is to take a very serious look at portals and the business benefits offered. It is too risky to ignore this area of Web technology. This book provides the best starting point I can think of for getting an understanding of the many facets associated with portals and their relevance to modern businesses."—Stuart McIrvine, Program Director, Market Management, WebSphere Integration Middleware, IBM



Table of Contents

Corporate Portals: What?, Why? and When?; Types of Portals; Architectures & Technologies; Security, Scalability and Speed; Managing and Monitoring Corporate Portals; Knowledge Management; Supply-Chain and Customer Relationship Management; Web Services; Living and Breathing Portals; Glossary; Acronyms; Bibliography; Index; About the Author