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Vertical information systems (VIS) standards are technical specifications designed to promote coordination among the organizations within (or across) vertical industry sectors. Examples include the bar code, electronic data interchange (EDI) standards, and RosettaNet business process standards in the electronics industry. This contribution examines VIS(More)
and the Telematica Instituut in the Netherlands. He has published five books and numerous articles in journals such as Gabe Minton is Vice President of Industry Technology at the Mortgage Bankers Association, where he is responsible for overseeing MBA's leadership role in the establishment of technology standards for the residential real estate finance(More)
Vertical information systems (IS) standards are designed to promote communication and coordination among the organizations comprising a particular industry sector. The authors present a case study of the emergence of vertical IS standards in the U.S. home mortgage industry to provide insights into three processes: (1) the way the standardization process is(More)
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