Impact Analysis of Collaborative Platforms - The Case of SPIKE

  title={Impact Analysis of Collaborative Platforms - The Case of SPIKE},
  author={Christian Broser and Christoph Fritsch and Oliver Gmelch and G{\"u}nther Pernul},
  journal={IFAC Proceedings Volumes},
Abstract Today's companies are under considerable strain. Several events or developments such as the global economic crises or the ongoing globalization process contribute to this situation. Meanwhile, however, companies have realized that the concept of virtual organizations represents an efficient measure to counter the current challenges. More and more companies make use of this concept supported by technologies like collaboration platforms. However, the application of such collaboration… 

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