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Difference between a solutions architect and a technical architect

Sabarish Varma
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Joined: Jan 20, 2003
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Dear Folks:
I am trying to figure out the difference between a solutions architect and a technical architect, in one of the discussions I happened to get a feeling that these are not the same. Any thoughts would be of great help!
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--Saby


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--Sabarish
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Titles are tricky because a company can have a title mean almost anything. A solution architect often talks to customers. For example, vendors have solution architects who work with customers about how to best use products. A technical architect is often a team based architect.


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Jayesh A Lalwani
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The titles don't mean too much. In our company, SOlutions Architect was going to be used by people who were going to create customized demos for the clients. My title is Technical Architect, and I do Application architecture. You should look at the job description
Sabarish Varma
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Thank you folks, it clears my understanding
 
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