Variability Mechanisms in E-Business Process Families

@inproceedings{Schnieders2006VariabilityMI,
  title={Variability Mechanisms in E-Business Process Families},
  author={Arnd Schnieders and Frank Puhlmann},
  booktitle={BIS},
  year={2006}
}
Nowadays, process oriented software systems, like many business information systems, don’t exist only in one single version, but in many variants for better coverage of the target market. Until now, the corresponding customization has to be done manually, which is a timeconsuming and error-prone task, which could be realized much more efficiently by applying process family engineering techniques. Process family engineering is a modern software development approach, which allows for the rapid… CONTINUE READING

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