Individual Service Clearing as a Business Service: A Capable Reference Solution for B2B Mobility Marketplaces

@inproceedings{Strasser2016IndividualSC,
  title={Individual Service Clearing as a Business Service: A Capable Reference Solution for B2B Mobility Marketplaces},
  author={Michael Strasser and Nico Weiner and Sahin Albayrak},
  booktitle={CLOSER},
  year={2016}
}
The paper presents an approach for individual and outsourced service clearing within Business-to-Business marketplaces for mobility services in a Software as a Service fashion. The lack of service clearing possibilities within today’s marketplaces solutions for mobility services have been confirmed by interviews experts who highlight the need for clearing. To enable service clearing, appropriate interfaces which enable access upon data are required. Current solutions lack those… 

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