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Web Portals for Enterprise Application Management
S. V. Zukov

Last modified: 2021-02-27


Enterprise content management is quite an issue because of heterogeneity, complexity and size. Moreover, this burden is exponentially growing. In order to efficiently handle the enterprise content, a systematic approach is required, which embraces object-based models and software engineering tools. The paper outlines the approach, and gives the primary attention to the formal models for content management. The formal models are fully supported by problem-oriented languages and CASE level tools. The proposed approach has been extended for application in project integration management. It could be implemented as a web-service. The approach has been approved by a number of successful enterprise-scale implementations in oil-and-gas industry, public management, trading and banking enterprises, nuclear power plant construction and other areas.


Web Portals; Enterprise; Application Management; heterogeneity


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