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Integrated Configuration of Enterprise Systems for Interoperability -- Towards Process Model and Business Document Specification Alignment

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4 Author(s)
Janiesch, C. ; Eur. Res. Center for Inf. Syst. ; Dreiling, A. ; Greiner, U. ; Lippe, S.

Enterprise systems (ES) can be understood as the de facto standard for holistic operational and managerial support within an organization. Most commonly ES are offered as commercial off-the-shelf packages, requiring customization in the user organization. This process is a complex and resource-intensive task, which often prevents small and midsize enterprises (SME) from undertaking configuration projects. Especially in the SME market independent software vendors provide pre-configured ES for a small customer base. The problem of ES configuration is shifted from the customer to the vendor, but remains critical. We argue that the yet unexplored link between process configuration and business document configuration must be closer examined as both types of configuration are closely tied to one another

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

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Oct. 2006

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