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Televation Authors: Cliff Beek, Elizabeth White, Pat Romanski, Carmen Gonzalez, Lori MacVittie

Related Topics: Agile Software Development, CTO Journal, SOA Best Practices Digest, SOA & WOA Magazine, Telecom Innovation

Televation: Article

What Is Service Orientation?

On the importance of achieving true business agility

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More Stories By Martin Kaarup

Martin Kaarup began his professional career over a decade ago as a system developer on location-based mobile phone services. During that time he participated as lead developer in pioneering unique state-of-the-art location-based services for the European and Asian markets, such as low-cost fleet-tracking using antenna triangulation and applications for utilizing customer positioning data for demographic use. He also participated in building location based games, such as treasure hunts and country-wide Dungeon & Dragons-based games merging www, wap and sms technologies.

Later, he shifted to the financial sector in Scandinavia where he worked as an enterprise architect building, extending, and delivering advanced fund data solutions and services designed specifically for the pan-European Fund Industry.

Today, Martin is an employee at the Swedish consultants company Avega Group, where he focuses his expertice on consulting companies on strategic and enterprise wide issues.