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Models and Methods for Web-support of a Multi-disciplinary B2(B2B) Network

  • Heiko Weinaug
  • Markus Rabe

Abstract

B2B manufacturing networks offer significant potentials for service providers, which can offer and operate services with the complete network instead of connecting to each single company to be involved. The term multi-disciplinary B2(B2B) characterizes this business-to-network relationship. The FLUID-WIN project is developing and using new business process models and methods as base for the related tools’ development for the smooth integration of logistic and financial services into a B2B manufacturing network.

Keywords

Business Aspects of Interoperability Business Process Reengineering in interoperable scenarios Enterprise modeling for interoperability Modeling cross-enterprise business processes Modelling methods tools and frameworks for (networked) enterprises 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Heiko Weinaug
    • 1
  • Markus Rabe
    • 1
  1. 1.FhG IPKBerlinGermany

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