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  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Building Orchestrations in B2Bi - The Case of BPEL 2.0 and BPMN 2.0

    Various approaches for service-oriented Business-To-Business integration (B2Bi) rely on a top-down development methodology. The starting point is a choreography model which is subsequently partitioned into multiple orchestrations. Most current approaches use the web services Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) for implementing the latter. At the same time, a plethora of...

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  • White Papers // May 2011

    Towards Automated Conformance Checking of ebBP-ST Choreographies and Corresponding WS-BPEL Based Orchestrations

    Web Services technologies are a natural candidate for Business-to-Business integration (B2Bi). For cross organizational processes, the concepts of \"Choreography\" and \"Orchestration\" are important. The term choreography denotes a model of a global view over message exchange scenarios, whereas the term orchestration focuses on models of the local implementation. While WS-BPEL...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Cloud Computing: A New Phase in Information Technology Management

    The use of cloud computing is becoming widespread, but systematic study of its managerial implications is lacking. This paper examines cloud computing in the context of other major changes in Information Technology (IT) and explores the revolutionary transformations and challenges it brings to IT management. The paper analyzes the IT...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Sequential Composition of Multi-Party Choreographies

    For Business-To-Business (B2Bi) scenarios, the application of choreography and orchestration technology has become a core technique for resolving discrepancies between the interaction logic of individual partners and the intended overall message flow. While orchestrations govern the message exchanges of each single partner, choreographies define constraints and requirements for the message...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Towards Executing ebBP-Reg B2Bi Choreographies

    Applying choreography and orchestration technology to Business-To-Business integration (B2Bi) scenarios has become a popular technique for very good reasons. Choreography descriptions can be used to capture B2Bi scenarios from a global and abstract perspective while orchestrations then can be used to specify the local implementation of each integration partner. ebXML...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Business Modeling for Service Descriptions: A Meta Model and a UML Profile

    The evolution of service-oriented architectures toward market places for business services in the internet raises the need for rich service descriptions with respect to service proposition and service discovery. Service providers face the challenge of business oriented development of service descriptions for there is no conceptual formalism, a wide range...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    The Role Of Integrated Marketing Communications In Sustainability Marketing

    Sustainability has become an increasingly important issue. All firms operating in domestic and global business must be cognizant of all aspects of sustainability. Marketing has to operate in this new environment. This paper looks at sustainability and its importance in today's business world from the perspective of marketing and Integrated...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Using Variable Communication Technologies for Realizing Business Collaborations

    In today's business world, enterprises are not only using Web Services for implementing B2Bi. Instead, AS2 for realizing Internet based EDI, ebXML Messaging and even SMTP and FTP are used for exchanging business documents. Harmonizing B2Bi communication technology in a way that solely uses Web Services is barely an option...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    QoS-Enabled Business-to-Business Integration Using ebBP to WS-BPEL Translations

    Business-To-Business integration (B2Bi) is a key mechanism for enterprises to gain competitive advantage. However, developing B2Bi applications is far from trivial. Inter alia, agreement among integration partners about the business documents and the control flow of business document exchanges, applying suitable communication technologies for overcoming heterogeneous IT landscapes as well...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Affect And Decision Making

    As discussed, affect has the potential to influence the decision-making process in a number of ways. However, the potential may or may not be realized depending on the individual and the organization. Individuals need to understand that effective decisions require an optimum mix of cognition and emotion regulation. Emotion regulation...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Business Service Description Methodology for Service Ecosystems

    Service ecosystems are electronic market places which emerge as a result of a shift toward service economies. The aim of service ecosystems is to enable to trade services over the internet. One obstacle to realize this new form of market place is a missing common description for electronic provisioned services....

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Business Modeling for Service Engineering: Toward an Integrated Procedure Model

    Business modeling for service engineering aims at flexible transformation of business logic into software code. The ISE framework is an interdisciplinary approach which embraces this concept to engineer services. This paper discusses work related to business modeling, introduces the ISE framework, and examines three areas for improvements. The first improvement...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    The New Marketing, IMC And The Role Of Online Promotion

    The paper begins by looking at marketing; what it was; how it evolved over the years, and what it is today. Marketing in its early days focused on the synergistic blending together of the four P's of marketing; i.e., Product, Price, Place and Promotion. The main area of interest here...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Taxonomy on Consistency Requirements in the Business Process Integration Context

    Consistency is a general goal in software development. The development of B2B integration (B2Bi) software has extended Consistency Requirements (CR) because B2Bi projects require personnel from different organizations to agree about the what and how of integrations and these projects require distributed computing as central IT infrastructure frequently is not...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Case Study: Applying Business Process Management Systems

    Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) are sets of tools to support the Business Process Management (BPM) life-cycle that are either offered by one vendor, or multiple vendors offer parts of a BPMS. Business Process Management Systems aim to support the Business Process Management paradigm and to ease legacy application integration....

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Affect And Decision Making

    As discussed, affect has the potential to influence the decision-making process in a number of ways. However, the potential may or may not be realized depending on the individual and the organization. Individuals need to understand that effective decisions require an optimum mix of cognition and emotion regulation. Emotion regulation...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    The Role Of Integrated Marketing Communications In Sustainability Marketing

    Sustainability has become an increasingly important issue. All firms operating in domestic and global business must be cognizant of all aspects of sustainability. Marketing has to operate in this new environment. This paper looks at sustainability and its importance in today's business world from the perspective of marketing and Integrated...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    The New Marketing, IMC And The Role Of Online Promotion

    The paper begins by looking at marketing; what it was; how it evolved over the years, and what it is today. Marketing in its early days focused on the synergistic blending together of the four P's of marketing; i.e., Product, Price, Place and Promotion. The main area of interest here...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Cloud Computing: A New Phase in Information Technology Management

    The use of cloud computing is becoming widespread, but systematic study of its managerial implications is lacking. This paper examines cloud computing in the context of other major changes in Information Technology (IT) and explores the revolutionary transformations and challenges it brings to IT management. The paper analyzes the IT...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Using Variable Communication Technologies for Realizing Business Collaborations

    In today's business world, enterprises are not only using Web Services for implementing B2Bi. Instead, AS2 for realizing Internet based EDI, ebXML Messaging and even SMTP and FTP are used for exchanging business documents. Harmonizing B2Bi communication technology in a way that solely uses Web Services is barely an option...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Sequential Composition of Multi-Party Choreographies

    For Business-To-Business (B2Bi) scenarios, the application of choreography and orchestration technology has become a core technique for resolving discrepancies between the interaction logic of individual partners and the intended overall message flow. While orchestrations govern the message exchanges of each single partner, choreographies define constraints and requirements for the message...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Business Modeling for Service Engineering: Toward an Integrated Procedure Model

    Business modeling for service engineering aims at flexible transformation of business logic into software code. The ISE framework is an interdisciplinary approach which embraces this concept to engineer services. This paper discusses work related to business modeling, introduces the ISE framework, and examines three areas for improvements. The first improvement...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Towards Executing ebBP-Reg B2Bi Choreographies

    Applying choreography and orchestration technology to Business-To-Business integration (B2Bi) scenarios has become a popular technique for very good reasons. Choreography descriptions can be used to capture B2Bi scenarios from a global and abstract perspective while orchestrations then can be used to specify the local implementation of each integration partner. ebXML...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Business Modeling for Service Descriptions: A Meta Model and a UML Profile

    The evolution of service-oriented architectures toward market places for business services in the internet raises the need for rich service descriptions with respect to service proposition and service discovery. Service providers face the challenge of business oriented development of service descriptions for there is no conceptual formalism, a wide range...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Building Orchestrations in B2Bi - The Case of BPEL 2.0 and BPMN 2.0

    Various approaches for service-oriented Business-To-Business integration (B2Bi) rely on a top-down development methodology. The starting point is a choreography model which is subsequently partitioned into multiple orchestrations. Most current approaches use the web services Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) for implementing the latter. At the same time, a plethora of...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Business Service Description Methodology for Service Ecosystems

    Service ecosystems are electronic market places which emerge as a result of a shift toward service economies. The aim of service ecosystems is to enable to trade services over the internet. One obstacle to realize this new form of market place is a missing common description for electronic provisioned services....

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Taxonomy on Consistency Requirements in the Business Process Integration Context

    Consistency is a general goal in software development. The development of B2B integration (B2Bi) software has extended Consistency Requirements (CR) because B2Bi projects require personnel from different organizations to agree about the what and how of integrations and these projects require distributed computing as central IT infrastructure frequently is not...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Towards Automated Conformance Checking of ebBP-ST Choreographies and Corresponding WS-BPEL Based Orchestrations

    Web Services technologies are a natural candidate for Business-to-Business integration (B2Bi). For cross organizational processes, the concepts of \"Choreography\" and \"Orchestration\" are important. The term choreography denotes a model of a global view over message exchange scenarios, whereas the term orchestration focuses on models of the local implementation. While WS-BPEL...

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Case Study: Applying Business Process Management Systems

    Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) are sets of tools to support the Business Process Management (BPM) life-cycle that are either offered by one vendor, or multiple vendors offer parts of a BPMS. Business Process Management Systems aim to support the Business Process Management paradigm and to ease legacy application integration....

    Provided By University of Baltimore

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    QoS-Enabled Business-to-Business Integration Using ebBP to WS-BPEL Translations

    Business-To-Business integration (B2Bi) is a key mechanism for enterprises to gain competitive advantage. However, developing B2Bi applications is far from trivial. Inter alia, agreement among integration partners about the business documents and the control flow of business document exchanges, applying suitable communication technologies for overcoming heterogeneous IT landscapes as well...

    Provided By University of Baltimore