E-Business Transactions Modelling; An Ontology-Based Repository
- Computer Science2009 International Conference on Interoperability for Enterprise Software and Applications China
This paper presents a cohesive ontology-based framework for developing an Ebusiness transactions Repository, in which interoperable transactions of heterogeneous business domains – Enterprises, Governmental and Banking Institutions are going to be modelled (cross-sector and cross-border).
Ontological Foundations for Strategic Business Modeling: The Case of Value, Risk and Competition
The Common Ontology of Value and Risk (COVER) is a reference conceptual model that disentangle and clarifies several perspectives on value and risk, while demonstrating that they are ultimately two ends of the same spectrum.
An Ontological Analysis of Value Propositions
- Business2017 IEEE 21st International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference (EDOC)
An ontological analysis of value propositions is presented based on a review of most relevant business and marketing theories and on previous work on value ascription, grounded in the Unified Foundational Ontology (UFO).
An efficient framework for business software development
- Computer Science, BusinessProceedings. 2003 International Conference on Cyberworlds
The goal of this paper is to introduce a framework that is designed to build business systems faster and which can more easily accommodate changes within a business.
Relating business modelling and enterprise architecture
- Business, Computer Science
The developed process steps help to formalize business modelling, and at the same time extend enterprise architecture to be more business focussed and easier to use, to support the hypothesis that combining enterprise architecture and business modelling leads to better enterprise Architecture and business models, and therefore, more successful business-IT innovations.
Communication about A Business Model within An Organisation in the Opinion of Czechs and Polish
- Computer Science
The opinions of young Czechs and Polish studying on faculties of management on the issue of the subject matter of a business model in the dimensions of the way it is communicated within an organisation are presented.
Business Model and Strategy: In Search of Dialog through Value Perspective
- BusinessRevista de Administração Contemporânea
The paper aims to develop a theoretical articulation of business model and strategy through a dynamic perspective of value, based on the combination of strategy content and strategy process, using contributions from several fields of knowledge underpinning value, such as economics, marketing, strategic management and organizational configuration.
An Ontology for Open Government Data Business Model
- Computer ScienceICEGOV
This paper provides a parsimonious yet sufficiently detailed, conceptualization and formal ontology of open government data business model for open data-driven organizations and developed the ontology as a 'design artefact' and validate the ontological by using it to describe an open data business models of an openData-driven organization.
An Ontology for Requirements Analysis of Managers' Policies in Financial Institutions
This research proposes a method for constructing policy models by advocating cross-functional thinking with the focus set to the outcomes of the processes, and defining the outcomes in relationship with the business goals.
From e3-value to REA: Modeling Multi-party E-business Collaborations
- Computer Science2009 IEEE Conference on Commerce and Enterprise Computing
This paper is a preliminary attempt to view e3-value and REA used side-by-side to see where they canplement each other in coordinated use in the context of multiple-partner collaboration.
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