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IBM 669 - Outcome of SOA failure

Amirr Rafique
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Failure to adopt SOA will result in which outcome?

A. Automation of document processing will be difficult.
B. Extremely high volume, synchronous, real-time transactions will occur.
C. Integration costs continue to grow without being offset by new business opportunities.
D. IT budget will increase to cover the cost of additional governance and development activities.

The given answer is B. Can anyone please explain.


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Please quote the source of this question.

Ranchers, please wait to reply on this topic until Amirr has given the quote.

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