A business process model as a starting point for tight cooperation among organizations
Keywords:business process management, business process model, outsourcing, joint venture, poster 2006
AbstractOutsourcing and other kinds of tight cooperation among organizations are more and more necessary for success on all markets (markets of high technology products are particularly influenced). Thus it is important for companies to be able to effectively set up all kinds of cooperation. A business process model (BPM) is a suitable starting point for this future cooperation. In this paper the process of setting up such cooperation is outlined, as well as why it is important for business success.
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