Companies are making significant investments in Web Services for seamless interaction, internally, as well as, with outside organizations. In some cases, in fact, it almost seems like Web Services is considered a ‘cure-all’! However, are there any strings attached? Let us listen to Sinisa and sift hype from reality.
Sinisa Zimek, Director - Standards Strategy, BPMi.org
Sinisa Zimek serves as Director of Standards Strategy at BPMI.org. He is a recognized industry thought leader in Business Process Management, Technology architecture and Internet standards and has been since many years an influential contri... More View all posts
Sinisa Zimek serves as Director of Standards Strategy at BPMI.org. He is a recognized industry thought leader in Business Process Management, Technology architecture and Internet standards and has been since many years an influential contributor to the development and adoption of open Internet standards at organizations including BPMI.org, OASIS, UDDI, XML.org, WS-I and others. Previously,Sinisa has been holding various executive and senior management positions at SAP in the US and Europe. He was instrumental in leading the industry-wide initiative Web Services-Interoperability organization (WS-I), where he served on the Board of Directors and chaired the WS-I Applications Workgroup. Sinisa is member of editorial boards, like of the International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management (IJBPIM), and serves as chairman at industry events like the IEEE-ICWS International Conference on Web Services. Sinisa is a recognized technical leader and co-author of industry-leading Specifications, like the Web Services Choreography Interface 1.0 (WSCI), which became the foundation of the Web Services Choreography Workgroup at the W3C. Less View all posts