An ASP-Based Product Customization Service Systems for SMEs: A Case Study in Construction Machinery

  title={An ASP-Based Product Customization Service Systems for SMEs: A Case Study in Construction Machinery},
  author={Yan Su and Wen He Liao and Yu Guo and Shiwen Gao},
  journal={Int. J. Enterp. Inf. Syst.},
A product customization system with integrated application services is helpful for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The mode of application service provider (ASP) particularly targets SMEs by providing integrated applications. The current product customization system seldom considers integrating with ASPs and orienting product lifecycle. In this article, an ASP-based product customization service system operating in lifecycle-oriented customization mode is proposed. Resource share… 
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