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RIA & Ajax: Article

AJAX and SOA: The Perfect Match

AJAX and SOA: The Perfect Match

While the enterprise uptake of SOA architectures can achieve great efficiencies and enhancements to back-end processes, SOA architectures often ignore a critical consideration: the end user. AJAX fills this gap perfectly. Using AJAX, enterprises get what they have long been searching for: a browser-based platform for interactive GUIs that can sit directly on top of web services.

More Stories By Luis Derechin

Luis Derechin is the CEO of JackBe and is also a co-founder. Leader of JackBe both for daily operations and for long-term strategy, he has a noted history of founding companies that become both leaders in their categories and recognized successes. JackBe is Luis Derechin's third start-up?the previous two having been D'Hogar, a retail company that earned the loyalty of more than 500,000 customers, and AviMed, an online software provider for more than 17,000 healthcare professionals. He studied Business at Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico and engineering at the University of California, San Diego.

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