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Customizable Interoperability Assessment Methodology To Support Technical Processes Deployment In Large Companies

Abstract : Increasing competition on markets induces a vital need for companies to improve their efficiency and reactivity. For this, a solution is to deploy, improve and manage their processes while paying a special attention on the abilities of the resources those involve. Particularly, the interoperability of the latter is considered in this article as a challenge conditioning the success of the deployment. Consequently, this paper presents a methodology to assess interoperability of people, material resources and organisation units involved or that could be involved in a process, all along the deployment effort. This methodology is usable for prevention, detection and correction of interoperability problems.
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Clémentine Cornu, Vincent Chapurlat, Jean-Marc Quiot, François Irigoin. Customizable Interoperability Assessment Methodology To Support Technical Processes Deployment In Large Companies. Annual Reviews in Control, Elsevier, 2012, vol.36 (No. 2), pp 300-308. ⟨hal-00790040⟩

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