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Is your infrastructure event-driven?
Is your organization impaired by outdated thinking, legacy architecture, and poorly integrated applications, data, and processes?
If so, you’re not alone.
A huge dichotomy exists between today’s business demand and the way enterprise systems were traditionally built. So, while your applications may look great on the surface, your infrastructure is still holding you back, hampering your complex, interdependent processes.
Join Anexinet’s VP of Digital Solutions, Steve Tranchida on July 9th at 1pm (ET).
This webinar provides in-depth discussion of how and why a Modern Digital Architecture will power the future of your business. You’ll learn the myriad benefits of placing business events at the center of your enterprise architecture, and how to make event-driven technology turbo-charge this solution.
This webinar also covers:
• Why event-driven architecture is the key to a modern digital enterprise.
• Traditional architecture approaches that no longer meet the needs of a modern digital enterprise.
• How continuous streams of real-time data provide the backbone of your digital enterprise.
If your business could benefit from integrated, intelligent, real-time data (and what business couldn’t), don’t hesitate to Register Now to reserve your seat for this must-attend event.
But wait, there’s more:
Attendees receive a FREE 30-minute modernization-strategy consultation!
Can’t attend? You should still register!
We’ll send out the recording to all registrants after the webinar.
Vice President of Digital Solutions
Steve leads product and service innovation to help clients win by transforming IT from a cost center to a vital business asset and competitive differentiator. As a published author and featured speaker with a proven history of success in IT operations and business development, Steve has been a technology consulting leader for nearly three decades, and brings a business-outcome focus to the application of leading-edge technology aimed at improving the customer experience.