Publisher description for Executive's guide to web services / Eric A. Marks, Mark J. Werrell.
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Praise for Executive's Guide To Web Services
"Finally, a very readable book about how Web services operate in the real world. This is a must-read primer for all C level executives who want to understand how Web services are fundamentally changing how enterprises integrate, collaborate, innovate, and dominate."
-Peter Dupre, Chief Technical Strategist, Edgewater Technology, Inc.
"Following along the brilliant analytical path that he blazed with the release of his first book on IT, Business Darwinism: Evolve or Dissolve, Marks, with coauthor Mark Werrell, continues to observe, digest, analyze, and clearly explain the latest trends in IT innovation. The Executive's Guide to Web Services is a must-read companion for any IT manager, technology innovator, or corporate executive committed to successfully navigating through the maze of technology change. With this book, Marks and Werrell deliver a timely and valuable analysis of an important IT innovation at the ideal moment-just as the necessary confluence of technology, standards, and industry acceptance is starting to make the Web services vision a reality."
-Barry Zellen, CEO and Founder, TechnologyReports.net
"Marks and Werrell have captured the true essence of Web services in their provocative new book Executive's Guide to Web Services. Their overarching emphasis on business issues over technology issues makes Executive's Guide essential reading for any business executive looking for new sources of competitive advantage."
-David R. Brousell, Editor-in-Chief, Managing Automation Magazine
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Business enterprises Computer networks Management, Information technology Management, Internet programming, World Wide Web