All posts by: Judith Hurwitz

About Judith Hurwitz

Judith Hurwitz is an author, speaker and business technology consultant with decades of experience.

April 25, 2005

The Customer Benefit of Implementing Data Integration Software

The Customer Benefit of Implementing Data Integration Software by Judith Hirwitz, CEO Over the past several years, CIO’s have focused on cutting back on spending and making their organizations more efficient. Companies that have been successful in adding efficiency and have benefited by economic growth, are now ready to take the next steps and move […]

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March 29, 2005

Open Source Unwrapped

Open Source Unwrapped by Judith Hurwitz, CEO One of the most important aspects of open source is its power and potential. Whenever the best minds in an industry join forces to create value, the potential is enormous. This has happened with space, cancer research, and the initial Internet itself. There are also political ramifications behind […]

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February 23, 2005

Top Ten Predictions for 2005

While 2004 started out with a whimper for the technology market, it ended with a sense that the momentum that had been missing from the market was finally beginning to take hold. Hurwitz & Associates predicts that the coming year will offer some interesting opportunities as well as challenges. Here are our top ten predictions: […]

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February 23, 2005

Predictions for 2005

Predictions for 2005 by Judith Hurwitz, CEO While 2004 started out with a whimper for the technology market, it ended with a sense that the momentum that had been missing from the market was finally beginning to take hold. Hurwitz & Associates predicts that the coming year will offer some interesting opportunities as well as […]

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December 29, 2004

Service as Software: The emerging model for integration?

IBM Business Consulting Services intends to transform its industry knowledge of industries into software. This move could have interesting implications for the future of service as software. I predict that we are about to embark on a major change in how companies implement and use packaged software. While we have seen the emergence of vertically […]

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December 29, 2004

Services as Software: The emerging model for Systems Integration

By Judith Hurwitz, President IBM Business Consulting Services intends to transform its industry knowledge of industries into software. This move could have interesting implications for the future of service as software. I predict that we are about to embark on a major change in how companies implement and use packaged software. While we have seen […]

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November 30, 2004

Do you have a Chief Software Quality Officer?

Software quality has moved out of the back office to center stage as software becomes the personification of business. Do you have the position of the chief quality officer within your IT organization? I would guess that this is not a position that appears on anyone’s organizational chart. Typically, the QA department has been one […]

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November 30, 2004

Do you have a Chief Software Quality Officer?

By Judith Hurwitz. President Software quality has moved out of the back office to center stage as software becomes the personification of business. Do you have the position of the chief quality officer within your IT organization? I would guess that this is not a position that appears on anyone’s organizational chart. Typically, the QA […]

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May 25, 2004

Creating containers for Service Oriented Architectures

In the old days when we built applications, it was  from the perspective of the specific problem they solved.  An application might be built to enable a company to bill its customers and pass payment on to suppliers; an application would be created to capture credit information or to create a supply chain. In each […]

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May 25, 2004

Creating Containers for Service Oriented Architectures

by Judith S. Hurwitz In the old days when we built applications, it was  from the perspective of the specific problem they solved.  An application might be built to enable a company to bill its customers and pass payment on to suppliers; an application would be created to capture credit information or to create a […]

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