A Maturity Model for Enterprise Interoperability

  title={A Maturity Model for Enterprise Interoperability},
  author={Wided Gu{\'e}dria and David Chen and Yannick Naudet},
  booktitle={OTM Workshops},
Existing interoperability maturity models are fragmented and only cover some interoperability aspects. This paper tentatively proposes a maturity model for enterprise interoperability which is elaborated on the basis of existing ones. It is also consistent to the Enterprise Interoperability Framework currently under the standardization process. After a brief introduction, the paper reviews existing maturity models for interoperability and recalls the basic concepts of the Enterprise… 
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