Integrating Data, Knowledge Models and Tools
AIChE Annual Meeting
Cincinnati Convention Center
Monday, October 31, 2005 - 8:00am to 10:30am
Early Information Technology applications focused on one or two steps within the overall business process. For example installing a Laboratory Information Management System to achieve reduced laboratory operating costs. Smart Enterprises have discovered that dramatically greater business benefits can be achieved by applying IT across multiple business processes. Integrating manufacturing with the supply chain is but one obvious example. Integrating across multiple business function involves: •establishing common definitions of data •developing broader and more detailed models and •using common tools This session seeks to identify successfully demonstrated examples of integrating data, knowledge models, and tools. The papers will present the approaches used to develop the integration, review lessons learned from the implementation, and describe the value generated from these applications. At the conclusion of the presentation, a round-table discussion will be held to summarize the lessons learned. The summary will be distributed to the session participants to assist their own business IT integration programs.
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