Integrated value chains and their implications from a business and technology standpoint

  title={Integrated value chains and their implications from a business and technology standpoint},
  author={Mike P. Papazoglou and Pieter M. A. Ribbers and Aphrodite Tsalgatidou},
  journal={Decision Support Systems},
Unlike previous decades where enterprises prized independence, the next decade will be one of business alliances and competing, end-to-end value chains. Enterprise value chains comprised of powerful business alliance partners will exceedingly compete as single entities for customers. Such extended corporations reach out not only with business relationships; they must integrate their business processes and information systems. In this paper, we review the business and technological requirements… CONTINUE READING


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