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American Journal of Information Science and Computer Engineering, Vol.5, No.2, Jun. 2019, Pub. Date: Jul. 16, 2019
Development Trend of Enterprise Informatization in Industry
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[01] Vitus Mwinteribo Tabie, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Wa Polytechnic, Wa, Ghana.
[02] Frederick Kuuyine, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Wa Polytechnic, Wa, Ghana.
[03] Adams Yunus, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Wa Polytechnic, Wa, Ghana.
[04] Majeed Koranteng Osman, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Wa Polytechnic, Wa, Ghana.
With the ever-increasing spate of science and technology and economic globalization, the use of informatization technologies (IT) has become necessary for enterprises competitiveness. Data systems which came to the fore in 1950s laid the foundation for Information technology which promulgated into theories as early as 1970s. Since then many models have been developed till including the Unified Modeling Language (UML) which has a potential of placing IT system engineering projects in a wider context. Mobile and cloud computing are quite recent techniques in Enterprise informatization but their prospects cannot be overemphasized. These models and techniques, however, require an appropriate environment to thrive. This review thus concluded by discussing the two most important collaborative environments for enterprise informatization; PLM and KPR approaches. It was observed that the simultaneous use of these techniques is capable of facilitating multi-disciplinary teamwork and experience sharing within enterprises.
Enterprise Informatization, Information Models, Collaborative Environment, Development Trends
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