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Title: Innovation of IT metasystems by means of event-driven paradigm using QDMS
Authors: Nedić, Vladimir
Despotović, Danijela
Cvetanović A.
Despotović M.
Erić, Milan
Journal: Enterprise Information Systems
Issue Date: 12-Oct-2016
Abstract: © 2015 Taylor & Francis. Globalisation of world economy brings new and more complex demands to business systems. In order to respond to these trends, business systems apply new paradigms that are inevitable reflecting on management metasystems – quality assurance (QA), as well as on information technology (IT) metasystems. Small and medium enterprises (in particular in food industry) do not have possibilities to access external resources to the extent that could provide adequate keeping up with these trends. That raises the question how to enhance synergetic effect of interaction between existing QA and IT metasystems in order to overcome resource gap and achieve set goals by internal resources. The focus of this article is to propose a methodology for utilisation of potential of quality assurance document management system (QDMS) as prototypical platform for initiating, developing, testing and improving new functionalities that are required by IT as support for buiness system management. In that way QDMS plays a role of catalyst that not only accelerates but could also enhance selectivity of the reactions of QA and IT metasystems and direct them on finding new functionalities based on event-driven paradigm. The article tries to show the process of modelling, development and implementation of a possible approach to this problem through conceptual survey and practical solution in the food industry.
Type: Article
DOI: 10.1080/17517575.2014.996779
ISSN: 17517575
SCOPUS: 84922363738
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Economics, Kragujevac
Faculty of Engineering, Kragujevac
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