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Model-Driven B2B Integration using UML

A three-layered Modeling Approach starting with Business Values over Business Processes to Deployment Artifacts

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Business-to-business (B2B) electronic commerce builds upon inter-organizational business processes that cross the borders of enterprises. Their design and implementation presupposes a different approach than intra-organizational processes do. Experience shows that bottom-up approaches starting from the IT layer of a single enterprise - expecting that all other business partners adjust to it - do ...
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Business-to-business (B2B) electronic commerce builds upon inter-organizational business processes that cross the borders of enterprises. Their design and implementation presupposes a different approach than intra-organizational processes do. Experience shows that bottom-up approaches starting from the IT layer of a single enterprise - expecting that all other business partners adjust to it - do not work out. Instead, a prolific B2B design approach must consider three layers in a top-down manner: Firstly, the economic perspective identifies the players and their value exchanges within a business network resulting in a business model. Secondly, business collaboration models specify the choreography of inter-organizational business processes in accordance with the business model. Finally, the business collaboration models are transformed to deployment artifacts to be interpreted by IT systems. In this PhD thesis, we propose a design approach for B2B integration based on the Unified Modeling Language (UML) considering all three layers.

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Veröffentlicht 2009, von Marco Zapletal bei Südwestdeutscher Verlag für Hochschulschriften

ISBN: 978-3-8381-1051-6
156 Seiten
220 mm x 150 mm

Über Marco Zapletal

language="ger">Marco Zapletal received his PhD in Business Informatics from the Vienna University of Technology in 2009. He was granted a Siemens scholarship for visiting TU Eindhoven in 2009. Marco has authored over 20 publications in international journals and conferences on the topics of Business-to-Business e-Commerce (B2B) and Business Process Modeling.


Über Marco Zapletal

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