Posts Tagged ‘Chris Moran’

IMSC Announces Release of Integraf Integration Platform

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IMSC’s Integraf Integration Platform Enables Business Analysts to Build Enterprise Integration Solutions

ARLINGTON, VA–(Marketwired – March 27, 2014) – Information Management Solutions Consultants (IMSC) announces the commercial release of Integraf, a flexible and intuitive integration and interoperability platform for combining information from disparate data sources and for building enterprise web services. Integraf is based on open standards from the W3C and strongly leverages open source technology to achieve scalability and economy.

“Integraf enables system integration done by business analysts without a single line of programming code… that is powerful,” says Rana Chegu, CEO of Peridot Solutions and former Gartner Executive. Integraf’s underlying model is both machine-readable and human-readable, which is the key to empowering business analysts and subject matter experts (SMEs) in the development of enterprise integration solutions. This makes Integraf unique in the integration engine market.

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White Paper: “The Business Value of Semantic Technology”

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“If you don’t understand what your software engineers are talking about, perhaps it’s because they are using a vocabulary they invented for the problem they are solving.” This begins a white paper called, “The Business Value of Semantic Technology” by Chris Moran, CTO, Information Management Solutions Consultants, Inc.

Moran continues, “Engineers invent a vocabulary and data structure for each system they build and each problem they solve, and only the engineers who built the system understand this structure and vocabulary. Even other engineers must learn it in order to make the data usable. In most enterprises today, we have as many different ways to ask questions of our data as we have systems to store it. We have as many different vocabularies and data structures as we have systems. The problem is actually worse than it sounds….

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