Co-Design of Business Process and Information Systems
The current economic conditions are constantly transforming organizations. Subsequently, this state of continuous transformation widens the gap between business requirements and deployed IS solutions. This gap between business requirements and IS requirements can be reduced when business process and IS are designed at same time. This approach of designing business process and information system together is called as ‘Co-Design’. I strongly believe that organizations to perform efficiently and effectively in the service economy, they must Co-Design, i.e., design business processes and IS simultaneously. Thus, my research aim in this stream is to advance state of art of web services standards and technologies to provide organizations required technical competence to achieve Co-Design.
The current focus in this research is to develop taxonomy of requirements for achieving Co-Design of business processes and IS. Web service technology were assessed against these requirement elements to analyze degree of support provided by web services to achieve Co-Design. Premilinary analysis suggests that web services do not provide a comprehensive solution, even though they facilitate Co-Design. The aim of this research is to address some of the concerns identified in the premilinary analysis.
Towards Co-Design of Business Process and Information Systems Using Web Services.
In Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS),
Big Island, Hawaii, USA,
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