Enterprise, Systems, and Software Engineering--The Need for Integration

  title={Enterprise, Systems, and Software Engineering--The Need for Integration},
  author={Paul Joannou},
  • P. Joannou
  • Published 1 May 2007
  • Business, Engineering
  • Computer
Enterprise engineering is defined as the body of knowledge, principles, and practices having to do with the analysis, design, implementation, and operation of an enterprise. The professional community must create a commonly recognized body of knowledge before enterprise engineering can become a recognized engineering discipline. The body of knowledge for enterprise engineering is evolving under such titles as enterprise engineering, business engineering, and enterprise architecture. 
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