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an article in Business Integration Journal (Posted: Wednesday, December
17, 2003) Mo Klein and Francois Besson claim that the promise of the
real-time enterprise (RTE) is so compelling that:

  • RTE initiatives already rank among the top four in leading Fortune 500 enterprises
  • The RTE technology market is estimated to top $2 billion next year.

article goes on to describe what they feel is necessary for enterprises
to operate in real time and how, drawing on the concept of event driven
architectures, business activity monitoring (BAM)  has recently emerged
as a powerful framework to guide RTE initiatives. – goto
Posted by David Soul on 2/17/04; 9:53:54 PM
in the CEP section.

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