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Electronic enterprise engineering: an outline of an architecture

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15 Author(s)
Bieber, M. ; New Jersey Inst. of Technol., Newark, NJ, USA ; Bartolacci, M. ; Fjermestad, J. ; Kurfess, F.
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In this paper we put forth a vision for organizations to fully embrace computer support. We propose a business-process oriented architecture for Electronic Enterprise Engineering (EEE) that will enable enterprises to manage and evolve all technological and organizational processes effectively; integrate and manage all enterprise information electronically; and empower knowledge workers at all levels with broad decision support capabilities. Our goal is for the EEE architecture to empower an enterprise to make the best use of its informational assets to operate effectively in this new era of electronic commerce. As part of this project we are developing a standard-based, customizable, integrated tool set called the Support Environment for Enterprise Engineering (SEEE). This paper presents the current SEEE architecture and shouts how it supports the three EEE goals

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Engineering of Computer-Based Systems, 1997. Proceedings., International Conference and Workshop on

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24-28 Mar 1997