An OMG model-based approach for aligning information systems requirements and architectures with business

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Salgado, Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues Teixeira;
(2017)
  • Subject: Business Models | Architectures | Requirements | Requisitos | Arquiteturas | Sistemas de Informação | Modelos de Negócio | Information Systems | Alignment | Alinhamento

Tese de Doutoramento (Programa Doutoral em Tecnologias e Sistemas de Informação) The challenges involved in developing information systems (which are able to adapt to rapidly changing business and technological conditions) are directly related to the importance of... View more
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