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Integrating Semantic Web Services and Business Process Management : A Real Use Case ?

@inproceedings{Drumm2006IntegratingSW,
  title={Integrating Semantic Web Services and Business Process Management : A Real Use Case ?},
  author={Christian Drumm and Jens Lemcke and Kioumars Namiri},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper we aim to investigate how semantic Web services can improve standard business process management tools. Using a standard SAP process in the area of logistics as an example, we show the limitations of current approaches, both during designand runtime. Based on this investigation we will present a new solution enabling the automation of certain task in the process of creating cross organizational business processes using ontologies and Semantic Web Services. 

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  • Interoperability for Enterprise Software and Applications Conference I-ESA
  • 2006