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Why Process-Orientation is Scarce: An Empirical Study of Process-oriented Information Systems in the Automotive Industry

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3 Author(s)
Mutschler, B. ; DaimlerChrysler Res. & Technol., Ulm ; Bumiller, J. ; Reichert, M.

Several studies have indicated that existing IS (IS) often fail to provide adequate business process support. To systematically identify the reasons for this drawback, we conducted a case study in the automotive domain and a survey among 79 IT practitioners. This paper presents the findings of this empirical research and explains why mere "process-orientation" (regarding business process support) is scarce

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Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference, 2006. EDOC '06. 10th IEEE International

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Oct. 2006