Enterprise modeling is concerned with assessing various aspects of an enterprise in order to better understand, restructure or design enterprise operations. It is the basis of business process re-engineering and the first step to achieving enterprise inte gration. Enterprise integration is a rapidly developing technical field which has already shown proven solutions for system interconnection, electronic data interchange, product data exchange and distributed computing environments. This book combines thes e two methodologies and advocates a systematic engineering approach called Enterprise Engineering, for modeling, analysing, designing and implementing integrated enterprise systems.
Three main themes are explored in the book :
Francois B. Vernadat, now a professor in automatic control at the University of Metz, France, previously worked on enterprise modeling and integration at INRIA, France.
Chapman & Hall, 1996. 496 pp. Hardback: 0-412-60550-3
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