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Organizational Interoperability

The scientific domain of Organizational Interoperability refers to the ability of organizations (companies and administrations) to effectively co-operate and to exchange information even though they may be using a variety of different information systems over widely different infrastructures, and they may have different structures and processes, and addresses thus the issues of processes' interworking and cross-organizational collaboration. It concerns more specifically the coordination and alignment of a broad set of elements including business processes, business interfaces and business events that span both intra- and interorganisational boundaries and is founded on the individual research fields of:

  • Enterprise Modeling
  • Business Process Modeling
  • Business Process Reengineering
  • Business Process Management and
  • Organizational Alignment

The Greek interoperability Centre is highly activated in all these fields of research, as it possesses an extensive background on business process related standards, service composition standards and technologies and information models (e.g. SOA, BPEL etc.) and has remarkable expertise on business process modeling methods and tools (e.g. ADONIS, CASEWISE, ARIS, open source tools). Such expertise has mainly derived as a result of the implementation of a series of business process reengineering projects undertaken by the Decision Support Systems Lab for public sector organizations either at national or European level and creates the background for further developing BPM methods and applications, as well as for providing practical recommendations with regard to the definition of business goals, strategies, rules and processes.

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