Service oriented architecture has many benefits, but all too often, many SOA efforts tend to languish and get mired in organizational politics and inertia. There are many reasons why this happens, but perhaps the main reason is that SOA proponents get trapped into thinking they have to take on and sell a massive, business-transforming project, with lots of planning and lots of committee meetings. 

But the SOA journey need not start with such an overwhelming commitment. Many of the most successful efforts start small, transforming one business process or function at a time. 

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