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Configuring processes and business documents : an integrated approach to enterprise systems collaboration

By Christian Janiesch, Alexander Dreiling, Ulrike Greiner and Sonia Lippe

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Enterprise Systems (ES) provide standardized, off-theshelf support for operations and management within organizations. With the advent of ES based on a serviceoriented architecture (SOA) and an increasing demand of IT-supported interorganizational collaboration, implementation projects face paradigmatically new challenges. The configuration of ES is costly and error-prone. Dependencies between business processes and business documents are hardly explicit and foster component proliferation instead of reuse. Configurative modeling can support the problem in two ways: First, conceptual modeling abstracts from technical details and provides more intuitive access and overview. Second, configuration allows the projection of variants from master models providing manageable variants with controlled flexibility. We aim at tackling the problem by proposing an integrated model-based framework for configuring both, processes and business documents, on an equal basis; as together, they constitute the core business components of an ES

Topics: 080600 INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Technology management, Service oriented architecture, Project management, Abstracts, Collaboration, Best practices, Australia, Information systems, Concrete, Companies
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Year: 2006
DOI identifier: 10.1109/ICEBE.2006.31
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:59409
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