This paper aims at describing the effort realised by ISUFI in defining the Business Modelling Language (BML), in the widest context of the Digital Business Ecosystem (DBE) Project. One of the main obstacles in the adoption of e-business technologies from organisations and communities depends on the divide between technologies, which have reached a quite high level of maturity, and methodologies enabling business knowledge modelling. These methodologies are, on one side, not enough connected with software development and management processes and, on the other, poorly usable and understandable from business users. BML has as main purpose to allows a more simple communication among business people involved in e-business scenario, granting at the same time a strong expressivity and formal logic mapping.

Business Modelling Language: a framework supporting interoperability in cluster of SMEs

CORALLO, Angelo;CAPUTO, EMANUELE;CISTERNINO, VIRGINIA
2007-01-01

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This paper aims at describing the effort realised by ISUFI in defining the Business Modelling Language (BML), in the widest context of the Digital Business Ecosystem (DBE) Project. One of the main obstacles in the adoption of e-business technologies from organisations and communities depends on the divide between technologies, which have reached a quite high level of maturity, and methodologies enabling business knowledge modelling. These methodologies are, on one side, not enough connected with software development and management processes and, on the other, poorly usable and understandable from business users. BML has as main purpose to allows a more simple communication among business people involved in e-business scenario, granting at the same time a strong expressivity and formal logic mapping.
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