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Framework for Establishing Enterprise Modeling in the Context of Collaborative Enterprises

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Framework for Establishing Enterprise Modeling in the Context of Collaborative Enterprises
Increased market dynamics, shorter product lifecycles and a higher customer involvement in product design have caused great changes to competitive conditions and many companies are confronted with the challenge of becoming interoperable. Becoming interoperable tackles a lot of areas within an enterprise (e.g. organizational structures, processes etc.) and the problem for most enterprises consist in identifying their weaknesses and strengths concerning their interoperability capabilities. Enterprise models have the goal to reduce complexity and give a representation of structures, activities, processes, information, resources, people and behavior of an enterprise and the dependencies between them. Especially for enterprise collaborations, models help to understand each other, to plan, implement and to support interactions. But most companies are not ready yet to harvest the benefits of enterprise modeling and fail in establishing model based collaborations. In the frame of enterprise i...
Thomas Knothe, Timo Kahl, Dieter Boell, Kristof Sc
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where HICSS
Authors Thomas Knothe, Timo Kahl, Dieter Boell, Kristof Schneider
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