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Design Principles for B2B Services – An Evaluation of Two Alternative Service Designs

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abstract A service-oriented architecture (SOA) promises a more flexible intra- and interorganizational integration of heterogeneous application systems. The central design element of a SOA consists of services which encapsulate existing application logic, and can be dynamically combined to form business processes. This paper aims at contributing to the emerging discipline of service engineering by investigating the design principles for B2B services. The authors draw on an analysis of the literature to derive the main design principles for services and evaluate two alternative design proposals for a concrete application scenario in the automotive industry. The results comprise statements on the quality of the service design in the concrete case as well as an outlook for future topics of research in service engineering.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
name of conference 3rd IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (Salt Lake City, Utah)
date of conference 01-08-2007
title of proceedings Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE International Conference on Services Computing
page(s) 372–379
publisher IEEE Computer Society (Los Alamitos / CA)
review double-blind review
   
citation Legner, C., & Vogel, T. (2007). Design Principles for B2B Services – An Evaluation of Two Alternative Service Designs. In Zhang, L. J., van der Aalst, W., & Hung, P. C. K. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE International Conference on Services Computing, pp.372–379. Los Alamitos / CA: IEEE Computer Society.