Architecture for the Design and Agent-Based Implementation of Cross-Organizational Business Processes

@inproceedings{Kahl2007ArchitectureFT,
  title={Architecture for the Design and Agent-Based Implementation of Cross-Organizational Business Processes},
  author={Timo Kahl and Ingo Zinnikus and Stephan Roser and Christian Hahn and J{\"o}rg Ziemann and J{\"o}rg P. M{\"u}ller and Klaus Fischer},
  booktitle={IESA},
  year={2007}
}
New forms of cooperation like collaborative business scenarios require a deep but flexible integration of enterprises. In order to manage inter-organizational business processes, existing concepts for business process management need to be adapted and extended. In this paper an approach is presented, that shows how cross-organizational processes can be planned and implemented. The approach in this article describes the conceptual preparation of CBPs independently from specific techniques used… CONTINUE READING

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