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On the Context-aware, Personalized Delivery of Process Information: Viewpoints, Problems, and Requirements
By: Hipp, M.; Reichert, M.; Mutschler, B.;
2011 / IEEE / 978-1-4577-0979-1
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' On the Context-aware, Personalized Delivery of Process Information: Viewpoints, Problems, and Requirements ' Enterprises are confronted with an increasing amount of data. This data overload makes it difficult to provide knowledge-workers and decision-makers with the needed information. Particularly challenging in this context is the integrated provision of both structured and unstructured information depending on the current process context and user, i.e., the context-aware, personalized delivery of process information. Examples of unstructured process information include all kinds of office documents or e-mails. Examples of structured process information are business process models or data from enterprise information systems. Picking up the need for a context-aware, personalized delivery of process information, this paper presents results from three empirical studies: two exploratory case studies from the automotive domain and the healthcare sector, and an online survey among 219 participants. In a first step, we identify and describe problems with respect to process-oriented information management in general and the personalized provision of process information in particular. In a second step, we derive requirements on the user-adequate handling of process information.
Business Process Model
Enterprise Information System
Process-oriented Information Management
Business Data Processing