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Businesses Integration with Workflow and Web Service Technologies

Gianina Rizescu

Economics and Applied Informatics, 2008, issue 1, 87-94

Abstract: If businesses want to benefit from the power of the Internet, web sites have to evolve. It is often no longer beneficial for them to only provide static information. It is necessary for these web sites to find ways that allow them to interact with other websites, operating systems, and applications. With Web services it is finally possible to create functions that can easily be accessed over the Internet by both internal and external parties. In other words, with Web services it is possible to integrate different value chains from different organizations with ease. On the other hand, workflows provide tools and mechanisms for managing the interaction between people, systems, applications and business functions. The combination of these two technologies offers a very powerful solution for businesses integration.

Keywords: Workflow; Web Service; Integration; Windows Workflow Foundation (WF); Service Orientated Architecture (SOA) (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2008
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