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The 2007 Microsoft Office System and Other Platform Technologies for Building Composite Applications

, 15 Jun 2007
A composite application is a collection of software assets assembled to provide a business capability. These assets can be deployed independently, enable composition, and leverage specific platform capabilities. Microsoft Office's comprehensive platform for this is Office Business Applications (OBA)

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Atanu Banerjee

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Atanu Banerjee is an architect on the Architecture Strategy Team at Microsoft. He has 10 years' experience in the software industry, having worked earlier on solutions for supply chain management and advanced process control. He joined Microsoft from i2 Technologies, where he served as chief architect for its supply and demand management product line. Before that, he worked at Aspen Technologies' advanced control systems group. He received a Ph.D. from Georgia Tech in 1996, and holds a bachelor's degree from IIT Delhi, India.

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