A Business Oriented Architecture: Combining BPM and SOA for Competitive Advantage Phil Gilbert describes what a combined BPM and SOA architecture looks like and discusses, in detail, the competitive advantages that can result from implementing these initiatives.
Phil Gilbert joined Lombardi Software in 2002 and serves as its Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. Phil is the Chairperson of the Object Management Group's (OMG) BPM Steering Committee. He brings more than 20 years of experience in technology start-ups plus 6 years in consulting and executive positions for non-technology businesses. Phil is responsible for Lombardi's technical strategy and product delivery, with the Products Group reporting to him.
Phil has been awarded four patents in the area of distributed transaction management, has served on numerous industry committees and panels, and was a founding Board member of RosettaNet, serving until 2001. Phil graduated as a Pe-et (top ten) senior from the University of Oklahoma in 1978 with a Bachelor of Accountancy degree, with special emphasis in the Computer Sciences.