A survey of approaches to Virtual Enterprise Architecture: modeling languages, reference models, and architecture frameworks

Goel, A, Jha, S, Garibay, I, Schmidt, H and Gilbert, D 2011, 'A survey of approaches to Virtual Enterprise Architecture: modeling languages, reference models, and architecture frameworks', Journal of Enterprise Architecture, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 42-51.


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Title A survey of approaches to Virtual Enterprise Architecture: modeling languages, reference models, and architecture frameworks
Author(s) Goel, A
Jha, S
Garibay, I
Schmidt, H
Gilbert, D
Year 2011
Journal name Journal of Enterprise Architecture
Volume number 7
Issue number 4
Start page 42
End page 51
Total pages 10
Publisher Association of Enterprise Architects
Abstract As the theory and practice of enterprise architecture became mature, researchers and practitioners have started applying similar concepts and approaches to virtual enterprises. The virtual enterprise is a temporary coalition of enterprises joining hands to exploit a particular opportunity. Virtual Enterprise Architecture addresses a Virtual Enterprise holistically at a strategic level. This article provides a definition of Enterprise Architecture, Virtual Enterprise, and Virtual Enterprise Architecture and presents results from a study of six approaches to virtual enterprise architecture for virtual enterprises (NEML, CAML, AVERM, VERAM, BM VEARM, and ARCON).
Subject Innovation and Technology Management
Computer System Architecture
Keyword(s) Technology
Information Systems
Innovation
Copyright notice © 2011 Association of Enterprise Architects
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