Thursday, September 20 2018
What Does an Abstraction Layer of Digitized Business Functions Actually Look Like?
Platform Requirements for Building and Managing Your Digitized Business Functions
Is an Abstraction Layer of Digitized Business Functions an Academic Exercise or is it Connected to My IT Landscape?
Who is Successfully Working With an Abstraction Layer and Are There Examples?
Are There Existing Frameworks I Can Leverage to Get Digitized Business Functions?
What Are Digitized Business Functions? Why Are They Important?
Once I Have an Abstraction Layer, Who Uses it and How is it Managed?
How to Build an Abstraction Layer of Digitized Business Functions
Why Does a Large Enterprise Need an Abstraction Layer to Become an “Intelligent Enterprise?”
What is an Abstraction Layer? What makes it different?
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