Enterprise Business Transformation Track
Call for Papers
The IFIP TC8 International Conference on Research and Practical Issues of Enterprise Information Systems CONFENIS 2006
Enterprise Business Transformation involves the transformation of an organization's strategy, processes, technology and culture to increase business productivity and enable flexible growth. Enterprise business transformation can happen for a single business process, an entire organization, or an organization's value net. From an IT perspective, true enterprise business transformation requires horizontal business integration, which is deeper than the traditional point-to-point connectivity for selected applications. It integrates across the entire business and its value chain, and enables a business adapt rapidly to meet unpredictable market demands and crises. Emphasis on business transformation shifts from an IT-based development and deployment to process and value-driven transformation. Enterprise business transformation is characterized by a multitude of relations and interactions between its constituent units and with the environment. Moreover, products including middleware and applications typically have to be not only cost-efficient, dependable and flexible, but also seamlessly integrated to support the end to end transformation.
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