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Web Services in the Real World

Session Number: 30732
Track: Technical
Sub-Categorization: Other
Session Type: Vendor
Tags: AAWS, HECH, Integration, io consulting, SOA, Web Services
Primary Presenter: Ben Santelman [Director, Operation (Mid-west/East) - ioConsulting, Inc.]
Co-Presenter: Robert Stojkovic [Technology Officer - ioConsulting, Inc. ]
Co-Presenter 2: Jeremy Sisk [Senior Consultant - ioConsulting, Inc. ]
Time: Mar 21, 2012 (10:30 AM - 11:30 AM)
Room: Bayou E

Learning Objectives from Session: Gather insight for your institution on the implementation of web services with PeopleTools.
See how other schools have been successful at using web services to increase student service.
Learn what skills are important for your campus to possess to leverage SOA and web services.

Product: PeopleSoft
Version Presenting: PS 9.0
Level of Customization: None or N/A
Level of Partner Integration: Select a Value
Project Phase: N/A
Project Go Live: N/A
Target Audience: All
Audience Level: Intermediate
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Description:  Higher Education institutions are constantly looking to increase customer-service and competitive advantage through technology. Oracle has responded with initiatives such as the Campus Solutions Continuous Delivery Model and an increased focus on supporting a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), including web services.

Senior technical strategists from Io Consulting will share case-studies on how their customers have been successful in adopting web-services, specifically with Campus Solutions. The discussion will include real-world examples of projects that utilized Admissions Application Web Services (AAWS), the Higher Education Constituency Hub (HECH) and the integration of custom web software applications.

Io will also share tips and strategies for moving your institution towards further SOA adoption.




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