Enterprise modelling and integration: a taxonomy of seven key aspects

Huat Lim, Soon, Juster, Neal and de Pennington, Alan (1997) Enterprise modelling and integration: a taxonomy of seven key aspects. Computers in Industry, 34 (3). pp. 339-359. ISSN 0166-3615

Full content URL: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0166-3615%2897%2900069-9

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Abstract

Enterprise Engineering (EE), Enterprise Integration (EI), Enterprise Modelling (EM) and Enterprise Integration Modelling (EIM), which have been given the collective term `Enterprise Modelling and Integration' (EMI) in this paper, are all concerned with, in one way or another, the definition, analysis, redesign and integration of business processes, process data and knowledge, software applications and information systems within an enterprise in order for it to achieve marked advancements in terms of overall organization performance. However, understanding the complexities involved and relationships between the theories outlined above is a taxing task. The objective of this paper is to provide a concise description on the assortment of topics associated with EMI. This is brought about by assembling and classifying EMI literature under seven key aspects: namely Drivers, Goals, Domains, Types, Modelling, Scale and Issues.

Keywords:Enterprise engineering, Enterprise integration, Enterprise modelling, Enterprise integration modelling
Divisions:Professional services > Vice Chancellors Office
ID Code:47069
Deposited On:28 Oct 2021 13:21

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