Information-Driven Framework for Collaborative Business Service Modelling

  title={Information-Driven Framework for Collaborative Business Service Modelling},
  author={Thang Le Dinh and Thanh Thoa Pham Thi},
  journal={Int. J. Serv. Sci. Manag. Eng. Technol.},
In the context of a network of enterprises, the competitive advantage of each enterprise depends greatly on the ability to use network architectures to collaborate efficiently in business services. The paper introduces a conceptual framework, called the CBSM (Collaborative Business Service Modelling) framework, which provides an intellectual foundation for understanding thoroughly and modelling effectively collaborative business services. The paper begins by presenting the necessity for and… 
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