Enterprise Information Systems for Business Integration in Global International Cooperations of Collaborating Small and Medium Sized Organisations

Enterprise Information Systems for Business Integration in Global International Cooperations of Collaborating Small and Medium Sized Organisations

P. H. Osanna (Vienna University of Technology, Austria), N. M. Durakbasa (Vienna University of Technology, Austria), M. E. Yurci (YILDIZ Technical University, Turkey) and J. M. Bauer (National University of Lomas Zamora, Argentina)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-965-1.ch320
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Abstract

The importance of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) is today far beyond any discussion in countries all over the world - in European countries as well as in Asia and in USA, in Africa as well as in Latin America. To meet market demands in the present and future global industrial world, manufacturing enterprises of any kind and any size must be flexible and agile enough to respond quickly to product demand changes. With the support of artificial intelligence and modern information technology, it is possible to realise modern cost-effective customer-driven design and manufacturing taking into account the importance and basic role of quality management and metrology. This will be especially possible on the basis of the innovative concept and model for modern enterprises the so-called “Multi-Functions Integrated Factory – MFIF” that makes possible an agile and optimal industrial production in any kind of industry and especially in up-to-date SMEs.

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