Architecture-based Service Innovation in Networked Enterprises


CALL: 2010

DOMAIN: IS - Information and Communication Technologies

FIRST NAME: Henderik Alex





KEYWORDS: Engeenering, IT,

START: 2010-05-01

END: 2015-04-30


Submitted Abstract

The intended audience for this document is the steering group of the ASINE project. The purpose ofthis document is to:1. provide a synopsis of the project plan as included in the original project proposal,2. complement this plan with a clear and concise plan of deliverables and milestones and3. agree on this latter plan of deliverables with the steering group.The core of this document is therefore Section 4, which lists the deliverables to be produced over time.The Sections leading up to this are intended to offer the members of the steering group a context inwhich to understand the deliverables and link them to the original proposal. To this end, the remainderof this document is structured as follows. Section 2 starts with a brief summary of the plan as includedin the original proposal. We continue in Section 3 with the detailed project plan as also used in thepresentation to the evaluation group. This provides the context to then discuss the specific deliverablesand associated milestones in Section 4.2 Overview of the projectThe focus of the ASINE project is on the theme of architecture-based service innovation in networkedenterprises. The goal of this section is not to provide/repeat a discussion on enterprise architecture,service science, service innovation, et cetera, but rather to discuss the underlying rationale of the projectplan.As the umbrella term for the scientific and practical outcome of the project, we use the ASINE method.As we will see below, this method will be developed in a series of five iterations using a design scienceapproach. The ASINE method is certainly not intended as a one-size-fits-all method, but rather asa situational method, including re-usable patterns and reference models, and a supporting tool. TheASINE method will take on group relevant existing methods and techniques, such as TOGAF, Archi-Mate, and others.

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