|Combining both the Service-oriented Vitality Index and the SoROI provides a much clearer picture of a company’s SOA health.
The Service-oriented Vitality Index, or SoVI, is the ratio of revenue generated from a service (or services) over the last 12 months as compared with all other existing SOA revenue…
The SoROI is the cumulative before tax profits over “N” number of years from SOA-driven products divided by the cumulative product expenditures for that same period.
Jerry Smith, 10 Measures for Successful SOA Implementations
Jerry Smith does a nice job breaking down some of the issues involved in making a business case for SOA. How do you measure success? And how do you get everyone to agree on the metrics? Jerry suggests there are ten ways you can measure success. All of them make sense to me except for SoVI. I need to go read more about SoVI and SoROI. Are they legitimate metrics or are they just biz-tech voodoo?