Collaborative Services To Maintain Electronic Business Relationships

  title={Collaborative Services To Maintain Electronic Business Relationships},
  author={Peter Weiss and Stefan Klink},
  booktitle={Virtual Enterprises and Collaborative Networks},
Electronic collaborative networks are a prevailing concept in actual scientific business management literature. Because of the occurrence of newly concepts as “service orientation” and service oriented architectures, electronic networks and business intelligence, has gained momentum and revival. In the paper we look at the conceptual design of a framework for the development of collaborative services to maintain electronic business relationships. The reader gets acquainted with relevant… 
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