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An Agile Approach to Glocal Enterprise Collaboration [chapter]

Frank Lillehagen, Sobah A. Petersen, John Krogstie
2013 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Instant collaboration is triggered by parameters and rules linking affected workspaces, and enabled by architecture-driven knowledge spaces integrated in a visual role-oriented and adaptive work environment  ...  This paper presents an agile approach, and illustrates its potential through reporting from pilots and case studies. Agile model-based and architecture-driven solutions have been prototyped.  ...  Future development, use and value of ICT will be managed by sharing situated enterprise knowledge and reusing role-oriented workspaces and architecture-driven workplaces as illustrated in Fig 1.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40543-3_30 fatcat:i5hzhobxdrbrjk24ashz6ntpvi

A Novel Approach for Periodic Assessment of Business Process Interoperability [article]

Elmir Badr, Bounabat Bouchaib
2011 arXiv   pre-print
Business collaboration networks provide collaborative organizations a favorable context for automated business process interoperability.  ...  Public accounting of financial authority is given as an illustrative case study of interoperability monitoring in public collaboration network.  ...  In this context, horizontal cooperation within business collaborative networks has become a key enabler for e-business.  ... 
arXiv:1111.5288v1 fatcat:a35xs5troffaxglkeidcfcs3fe

Challenges of industrial Service Business Development [chapter]

Vesa Salminen, Petri Kalliokoski
2008 Service Science, Management and Engineering Education for the 21st Century  
In many cases, customers have not valued the proposed service models because of the lack of added value to current co-operation between supplier and customer.  ...  This article presents the findings of a BestServ Forum which is a collaborative consortium of 35 Finnish Enterprises on Manufacturing Industry.  ...  Service and product platforms supported by the solution architecture are used in the solution and in the customer configuration.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-76578-5_7 fatcat:4sjgstifzvdxldjnwwspvcruty

Customer and Service Management: Utilizing CRM to Drive Value to the Customer [chapter]

2002 Introduction to e-Supply Chain Management  
The proÞle that emerges shows that customers are value driven, that they are looking for strong partnerships with their suppliers, and that they want to be treated as unique individuals.  ...  of new forms of customer value.  ...  The hypothesis of the law asserts that capabilities for value generation grow exponentially with the number of nodes added to an Internet-enabled value chain.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420025415-11 fatcat:dhptcodo2jge7dz2by36m53o4a

From E-commerce to Social Commerce: A Framework to Guide Enabling Cloud Computing

Youcef Baghdadi
2013 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  
Social commerce is doing commerce in a collaborative and participative way, by using social media, through an enterprise interactive interface that enables social interactions.  ...  In this paper, social commerce is doing commerce in a collaborative and participative way by using social media through an enterprise interactive interface.  ...  It is software that supports, extends, or derives added value from human social behavior, in social networking.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-18762013000300003 fatcat:nuthwxqpvfftrcttyzxbknxunq

Introducing a Collaborative Business Model for European ERP Value Chains of SMEs [chapter]

Ioannis Ignatiadis, Jonathan Briggs, Adomas Svirskas, Kostas Bougiouklis, Adamantios Koumpis
2007 Establishing the Foundation of Collaborative Networks  
To overcome those difficulties, a partnership-based e-business model amongst value chain actors is proposed.  ...  The envisaged outcome is to improve response times, low cost operations, flexibility towards clients, and provision of high-quality services tailored at end customers, facilitating the whole value chain  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank members of partner organisations from the PANDA consortium for their valuable input and help in developing the business model.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-73798-0_54 dblp:conf/ifip5-5/IgnatiadisBSBK07 fatcat:lfjxmn52x5gkljxq47p5hktwgi

Business-to-business value drivers and ebusiness infrastructures in financial services: collaborative commerce across global markets and networks

A.M. Fairchild, R.R. Peterson
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
This paper examines the value drivers and e-business infrastructures for collaborative commerce across two distinct types of business-to-business governance arrangements in Financial Services, i.e., (a  ...  The results of this study indicate that both e-markets and e-networks adopt multiple value drivers focusing on operational and service excellence, and customer addedvalue.  ...  While creating a value-added network (based on its core competencies and relational capabilities) for agents and cargo air handling of support services, it enables collaboration with other CCS in different  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1174619 dblp:conf/hicss/FairchildP03 fatcat:4czac37glfbulgssnqofemrfpu

e-Supply chain management [chapter]

D. Li
2005 e-Manufacturing  
demands using the latest advances in information technology. e-Business using Internet technology to facilitate information exchange and communication in business networks has emerged as an innovative  ...  E-Supply chain management in a manufacturing context, is a series of Internetenabled value-adding activities to guarantee products created by a manufacturing process can eventually meet customer requirements  ...  The information systems are therefore key activities for adding value to e-supply chains. Figure 2 describes the value-adding activities of an e-supply chain.  ... 
doi:10.2495/978-1-85312-998-8/10 fatcat:l7plyps4erdf7bgv5ljivdc4km

Services on the Move: Towards P2P-Enabled Semantic Web Services [chapter]

Alexander Maedche, Steffen Staab
2003 Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2003  
Service-driven architectures promise a new paradigm providing an extremely flexible approach for building complex information systems.  ...  In this paper we consider three important dimensions for building next-generation service-driven systems building on enabling technologies such as Web services, Peer-2-Peer and Semantic Web.  ...  in the above mentioned projects for many fruitful discussions on the topics of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-6027-5_14 dblp:conf/enter/MaedcheS03 fatcat:hrgt7n3my5b4zldosfhsxegwpe

Groupware architecture for R&D managers

Kathryn Cormican, David O'Sullivan;
2004 International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations  
In this paper the authors surveyed senior R&D managers from Irish organisations in an attempt to ascertain what the key implications of this new knowledge focused networked environment are for their organisations  ...  A groupware architecture was then developed to support the co-ordination of members in a networked R&D environment.  ...  also provides R&D managers with an appreciation of the factors involved in added value, and can help determine strategies for improvement.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijnvo.2004.005737 fatcat:wf7imxogezaydifswdt3eqvzpq

FM4SN: A Feature-Oriented Approach to Tenant-Driven Customization of Multi-Tenant Service Networks

Indika Kumara, Jun Han, Alan Colman, Willem-Jan Van Den Heuvel, Damian Tamburri
2019 2019 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC)  
In this paper, we present an approach to enable and simplify the tenant-driven customization of multi-tenant service networks. We propose to use feature as a high-level customization abstraction.  ...  A software engineer can design a customization policy for a service network using the mappings between features and collaborations, and enact the policy with the controller of the service network.  ...  FM4SN : A FEATURE-ORIENTED CUSTOMIZATION APPROACH FOR MULTI-TENANT SERVICE NETWORKS Our FM4SN (Feature Models for Service Networks) approach enables the tenant-driven customization of singleinstance multi-tenant  ... 
doi:10.1109/scc.2019.00028 dblp:conf/IEEEscc/Kumara0CHT19 fatcat:mkuyrueyp5crzbyzi6sagbvlba

Modular Strategies: B2b Technology and Architectural Knowledge

Pierre J. Richard, Timothy M. Devinney
2005 Social Science Research Network  
The authors would like to acknowledge the financial support of Pennsylvania State University's Institute for the Study of Business Markets and the Centre for Corporate Change at the Australian Graduate  ...  The Architectural Entrepreneurship Strategy Li & Fung uses its architectural knowledge to substitute an optimized superstructure for the embedded architecture that exists in its markets.  ...  Exchange-enabled collaboration is a process based on harnessing B2B technology to facilitate increased modularity.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.686597 fatcat:6mqz4knp4nfl5krz7o3kyigo3q

Modular Strategies: B2B Technology and Architectural Knowledge

Pierre J. Richard, Timothy M. Devinney
2005 California Management Review  
The authors would like to acknowledge the financial support of Pennsylvania State University's Institute for the Study of Business Markets and the Centre for Corporate Change at the Australian Graduate  ...  The Architectural Entrepreneurship Strategy Li & Fung uses its architectural knowledge to substitute an optimized superstructure for the embedded architecture that exists in its markets.  ...  Exchange-enabled collaboration is a process based on harnessing B2B technology to facilitate increased modularity.  ... 
doi:10.2307/41166318 fatcat:vpikfrqchbgg5gfmfdfldls6qu

Information Governance as a Dynamic Capability in Service Oriented Business Networking [chapter]

Mohammad R. Rasouli, Rik Eshuis, Jos J. M Trienekens, Rob J. Kusters, Paul W. P. J Grefen
2016 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
In this way, from a governance point of view, the paper intends to close the gap between information and process aspects of inter-organizational interactions among parties collaborating in dynamic value  ...  The need for co-creating integrated solutions with customers through deep collaborations with globally distributed suppliers in the current business environment increasingly highlights the importance of  ...  They also enable to exploit business opportunities through quality information sharing within collaborative value networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45390-3_39 fatcat:hkp6wv77gzba3ojevjof7nz2oq

Using Web Technologies for Supply Chain Management [chapter]

Marincas Delia, Voicila Cristi
2011 Supply Chain Management - Pathways for Research and Practice  
E-SCM generates more value for customers through the agile, flexible, collaborative intelligent systems built on dynamic networks of Web enabled partners.  ...  E-SCM model uses Supply Chain competencies and resources and exploit them in a more efficient manner into an extended virtual organization.  ...  Customers are attracted by the products low price and high quality and value added services. Using e-SCM applications, the value added for each product can be increased.  ... 
doi:10.5772/22374 fatcat:jhpwrimxkna2bknks6f7z2255y
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