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eBusiness
eBusiness Solutions Prof. Dr.Habil. Sc.ing. Corresponding member of Latvian Academy of Science Leonids Novickis Email lnovickis_at_gmail.com
RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software
Systems
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e-Business Solutions
Lessons Schedule
Date Topic Lecturer
30.04 1815-2150 Showrooms as a platform for demonstration of innovative EU projects results and e-Business solutions Virtual Reality-based solutions, e-Logistics etc. Msc. Comp. A.Jurenoks Msc. Comp. A.Lesovskis Msc. Comp. M.Sotnichok
07.05 1815-2150 Introduction to e-Business solutions and their applications in several areas Prof., Dr. Habil. Sc. ing. L.Novickis
08.05 1815-2150 Share Point 2013- collaboration sites Msc. Comp. M.Sotnichoks
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e-Business Solutions
Lessons Schedule
Date Topic Lecturer
09.05 1815-2150 Documents sharing in Cloud. Evernote- way to remember ideas and experiences Msc. Comp. M. Sotnichoks
11.05 0815-1400 1430 1600 Client/ Server technologies and their applications (sample BONITA portal). Survey of Web sites (Youtube..).Mobile solutions. Basic trends of modern e-business software development Msc. Comp. A.Jurenoks Msc. Comp. V.Kotovs
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e-Business Solutions
Lessons Schedule
Date Topic Lecturer
12.05 0815-1600 Basic trends of modern e-business software Development Msc. Comp. V.Kotovs
14.05 1815-2150 Introduction to Semantic Web technologies Msc. Comp. A.Lesovskis
20.05 1815-2150 Introduction to Semantic Web technologies Msc. Comp. A.Lesovskis
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e-Business Solutions
Lessons Schedule
Date Topic Lecturer
21.05 1815-2150 e-Commerce solutions e-Business solutions and Educational Systems Prof., Dr. Sc. V. Jurenoks
22.05 1815-2150 How Business uses Information Systems? Sample of Digital Firm (demonstrator) Prof., Dr. Sc. V. Jurenoks
23.05 1815-2150 Security of e-business systems As.prof.,Dr.sc. ing. V.Šitikovs
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e-Business Solutions
Lessons Schedule
Date Topic Lecturer
25.05 0815-1400 Cloud Computing Msc. Comp. Z. Bulinsh
26.05 0815-1400 Examination
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Contents
Strategic aims Who we are? Basic Triangle Applied research projects History and background Collaborative Networing Customisation of e-Business solutions Sample of e-Business solutions in insurance Introduction to e-Business Structuring the business information Implementation of integrated e-Business Software
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Strategic aims
Introduction to applications and modern e-Business software development methods Success stories in European applied research and industrial projects Networking with International networks (eLogmar and BONITA partners). Benefit from cooperation
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Who we are?

Computing Technique
1973
Hardware
Software
RTU 52. Starptautiska zinatniska konference
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Who we are?

Computer Software
Applied Software
System Software
RTU 52. Starptautiska zinatniska konference
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Basic Triangle
Science
Teaching Process
Industrial Applications
RTU 52. Starptautiska zinatniska konference
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History and Background
Collaboration from 1994 to 2006 in the area of application of simulation and innovative IT solutions in the area of transport and logistics Leonardo da Vinci Programmes projects BSR INTERREG Programmes project BONITA (2008-2012) Other international projects (DeBaVAR, VRDE)
eINTERASIA Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg,
21-22/03/2013
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Collaboration from 1994 to 2006

IDC Information Techn. LV KSSA
LT Warsaw University PL University of Ulster
UK JSC Ventamonjaks LV Kaunas University LT Port
of Gdansk Auth. PL BI-Info EST
M S chain Solutions UK TREDIT
GR China Harvest Dev. CN Beijing HOPE Software
CN Thessaloniki Port Auth. GR Logitrans Consult
EE Hafen HH Marketing GER SONEX LT RTSB GmbH
GER Port of Kokkola FI Interbalt EE
Baltic Container Terminal LV Riga
Freeport Authority LV Ventspils Freeport Auth.
LV BALVA LV Latvian Railways LV
Fraunhofer IFF GER Magdeburg University GER Riga
Technical University LV Latvian Intelligent
Systems LV Charles University Prague CZ TNO
Apeldoorn NL Latvian Maritime Systems LV
e-Transport Logistics
eINTERASIA Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg,
21-22/03/2013
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Leonardo da Vinci projects

LOGIS "Long-distance tutorial network in
"Logistics Information Systems" based on WEB
technologies LOGIS-Mobile "Competence
Framework for Mobile on-site Accelerated
Vocational Training in Logistics Information
Systems SocSimNET "Competence Network for
Introduction of Modern ICTE Technologies in
Social Systems Simulation of Research Co-ordinato
r Latvian Intelligent Systems
eINTERASIA Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg,
21-22/03/2013
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www.elogmar.eu

www.elogmar-m.org
  • Developed by
  • RTU
  • Logitrans Consult
  • Supported by
  • Fraunhofer IFF Institute
  • Beijing HOPE Software Company
  • Shenzhen LSCMA

From demonstrator to Commercial product
www.elogmar.eu
eINTERASIA Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg,
21-22/03/2013
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The INTERREG 4b Project BONITA
Baltic Organisation and
Network of Innovation Transfer Associations

16 partners from 10 countries 8 universities 4
science parks 3 technology transfer
organisations 1 ICT association share best
practice examples for Scientific Transfer of
Technologies improve the role of universities for
regional transfer of research set up a network of
showrooms to promote scientific innovation within
a region share within the network set up a
common organisation for sustainable operation
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German-Baltic VAR-Network project aims
  • Bundling, developing and interlinking of the
    competencies of the partners
  • Development of new cooperation forms on the basis
    of VR-Technologies
  • Support of SME of the processing industry for the
    entire application of high technologies
  • Vidzeme University
  • Valmiera
  • Riga Technical University
  • Baltic Regional Competence Centre
  • (Latvia)
  • German-Baltic Competence
  • Network for
  • VR/AR-supported development
  • of innovative products und services
  • VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
    Tampere
  • Forum for Intelligent
  • Machines
  • (Finland)

Socio-technical engineering
Customer Driven Design
Virtual and Argumented Reality FASA e.V.

SME-Networks (Germany)
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Baltic-Deutsches HochschulKONTOR
PROMOTION OF VIRTUAL REALITY AND DIGITAL ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS IN BALTIC STATES The main aim and expected results Adapt Virtual Reality and Digital Engineering solutions to the Baltic States conditions Install corresponding software demonstrators at the RTU BONITA showroom Organize the 3rd International Workshop on Intelligent Education Systems and Technology-enhanced Learning mainly focused on promotion of Virtual Reality and Digital Engineering solutions.
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Background
  • 1994-2006
  • AM CAI
  • DAMAC-HP
  • BALTPORTS-IT
  • ELOGMAR-M

DeBaVAR Project (2011)
Partners from Kazakhstan
eINTERASIA
2008-2012 Technology Transfer Model- BONITA
project
Partners from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan
VRDE (2012)
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RTU 150th Anniversary

Eberhard Blümel 1953 Germany For significant
contribution of international scientific
cooperation between RTU Faculty of Computer
Science and Information Technology and Europes
largest application-oriented research
organization Fraunhofer Society. RTU
Honorary doctor (2012). 
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IST Promotion in Baltic States (2004-2007)
Project partners
  • France Co-ordinator. Earth Data Network for
    Education and Scientific
  • Estonia
  • Bi-Info AS Information and Consulting Company
    (BI-INFO) Inforing AS (INFORING)
  • Lithuania Association of the Information
    Technology, Telecommunications and Office
    Equipment Companies of Lithuania (INFOBALT)
    Visoriai Information Technology Park (VITP)
  • Latvia Riga Technical University (RTU) Lead
    partner in Latvia Latvian Information Technology
    and Telecommunications Association (LITTA)
  • Information Day, June 12, 2009, Riga

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Benefits of cooperation under EU projects
  • Modern Technologies Transfer
  • Real Integration to EU Research
  • Creating of partners network of cooperation in
    ICT area
  • Establishing research and business relations with
    Chinese leading companies (bilateral agreement,
    joint projects)
  • Invitations to join other projects

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Collaborative Networking
Baltic Regional Competence Centre in IT and
e-Logistics
Information Dissemination Centre (IST4 BALT)
Riga
Tallin
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Collaborative Networking
  • Beijing
  • Chinese Academy of Science (HOPE company)
  • Chinese Chamber of Commerce
  • Chinese Software Association
  • Chinese Logistics Association
  • Representative office of the EC
  • Shanghai
  • Port of Shanghai
  • Shanghai Software Association
  • Shanghai Logistics Association
  • Shenzhen
  • Shezhen Logistics Association
  • Shenzhen Software Association
  • Najing University
  • Areas of Collaboration
  • Promotion of eLOGMAR-M Web-portal in eLogistics
  • Projects under FP7 of the EC
  • Knowledge and experience exchange etc.

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Signing of cooperation agreement
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Meeting in Chineese Embassy
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The INTERREG 4b Project BONITA
Baltic Organisation and
Network of Innovation Transfer Associations

16 partners from 10 countries 8 universities 4
science parks 3 technology transfer
organisations 1 ICT association share best
practice examples for Scientific Transfer of
Technologies improve the role of universities for
regional transfer of research set up a network of
showrooms to promote scientific innovation within
a region share within the network set up a
common organisation for sustainable operation
eINTERASIA Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg,
21-22/03/2013
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Mission Statement
  • Transnational Network (TN) is an organisational
    structure that does not need legal statutes EC
    does not require a legal structure for the
    organisation of a network. It gathers partner
    organisations, from different states and
    different working areas. The activities of TN are
    aimed at, but are not restricted to, the
    technology and innovation transfer process.
  • The following topics are addressed
  • Promotion and transfer of knowledge and
    technologies, and experience exchange amongst TN
    members
  • Analysis and adaptation of relevant transfer
    models
  • Participation in selected joint ventures
    establishment and development

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Generic structure
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www.elogmar-m.org
From demonstrator to Commercial product
  • Developed by
  • RTU
  • Logitrans Consult
  • Supported by
  • Fraunhofer IFF Institute
  • Beijing HOPE Software Company
  • Shenzhen LSCMA

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Basic idea
rates, time
Transportation Group
Cargo Group
request
  • Container cargo (20, 40, High-cube 40)
  • Languages English, Russian, Chinese Can be
    adapted to any other language (now adaptation to
    German, Latvian and Estonian languages is in the
    process)
  • Basic criteria
  • Full transportation rate
  • Expected transit time

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Data flows
  • Forwarding companies
  • Road carriers
  • Shipping lines
  • Block train operators

Interface Forms
Excel Files
rates
rates
Converter
Rates DB
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Dynamics of visits detailed on regions
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Main cooperation partners (1)
  • East Asia
  • Shenzhen Logistics Supply Chain Management
    Association, China (about 1000 members)
  • Yang Ming (shipping line, Korea)
  • Tony Glorix Co. (Korea)
  • Shenzhen International Forwarding Agency (China)
  • Cargorigin Logistics PvT, India (Forwarding)

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Main cooperation partners (2)
  • Central Asia
  • Mercafor-Trans, Uzbekistan (road carrier)
  • Iran Unity Shipping Co.(Iran)
  • Great Silk Way (Kazakhstan)
  • Europe
  • Bekker Logistica (Portugal)
  • Transsped AG (Switzerland)
  • PROTRADEUG (Germany)
  • LongTraders AS (Norway)
  • InterRail Logistics GmbH (Germany)

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Main cooperation partners (3)
  • America
  • Excelcargo S.A. (Argentina)
  • Australia
  • KMLT Intermodal Pty.
  • East Europe
  • UCS Line (Russia, St. Petersburg)
  • Maxilog (Russia, Moscow)
  • TIS Logistics (Russia, Novosibirsk)
  • Lithuanian Railways
  • 1st Ukrainian cargo company

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Service / Cooperation packages
Package Price / conditions
Banner placing / exchange TBA
Placing data in the sections Useful information Shipping lines services Block train services Description of organization, projects, sailing schedule, timetable, etc. TBA
Placing the tariffs in the portal DB Shipping lines/ feeder companies Block train operators Intermodal transportation TBA
Searching cargo carriers TBA
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Benefits of cooperation
  • www.elogmar.eu allows to combine shipping lines
    and block train operators / road carriers
    transportation rates into unified start-to-finish
    intermodal rate (different combinations of
    transportation modes are possible)
  • To promote company using the portal
  • To use a wide network of the portal partners in
    business activities.

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  • We invite you to join eLOGMAR collaborative
    network!

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DiasoftINSURANCE
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DiasoftINSURANCE / IDC Systems structure
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Insurance Information Systems (IIS) Development
Actuarial technologies
Multi-agents models
IIS software framework
Semantic web
Reusable software technologies
  • ERDF project

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Applied Software
  • 1) Mathematical and Artificial Intellogence
    Models
  • Structuring the Business information
  • Data Flow programming
  • Pattern Recognition
  • 2) Software Engineering
  • Semantic Web
  • Re-usable Software Engineering

Theoretical Background
Technological Platform
Web Based and Mobile Solutions
Transporting Logistics
Finance Area
Digital Engineering
Practical Applications (e-Business)
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E-Business
Definition 1 E-Business is the electronic connection of business operations to customers, suppliers, employees and other partners. It includes, but not limited to, product marketing, order entry, inventory tracking, order fulfillment and after-sales support. Internet, email E-Business (electronic business) derived from such terms as e-mail and e-commerce, is the conduct of business on the Internet.
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Introduction to e-Business (1)
It is widely acknowledged today that new ICT tend to modify communication between the different players in the professional world, notably Relationships be tween the enterprise and its clients, The internal functioning of the enterprise, including enterprise-employee relationships, The relationships of the enterprise with its different partners and suppliers. The term e-Business therefore refers to the intergration, within the company of tools based on information and communication technologies (generally referred to as business software) to improve their functioning in order to create value for the enterprise, its clients, and its partners.
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Introduction to e-Business (2)
In general one of the most important aspects of electronic business is the complete integration of all parts of electronic business. All software systems have to communicate and integrate with all other software systems. There is no point in having island solutions. Pressure and competition in the market demand a fully integrated company.
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Introduction to e-Business (3)
A general idea is to use new technology to support the daily business of a company, organisation or non-profit institute. Business is quite old and we see common business processes in various different industries (e.g. banking, insurance and chemical). Technology is used to empower employees, to automate common processes, to get closer to the customer and save costs, save expensive labour and time to market as well as the general competition pressure of the market.
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Introduction to e-Business (4)
E-Business no longer only applies to virtual companies ( called click and mortar) all of whose activities are based on the Internet, but also to traditional companies (called brick and mortar). The term e-Commerce (also called Electronic commerce), which is frequently mixed up with the terms e-Business, only covers one aspect of e-Business, that is the use of an electronic support for the commercial relationship between a company and individuals (buy-sell BZC model).
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Definition of Click and Mortar
A type of business model that includes both online and offline operations, which typically include a web sites and a physical store
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Definition of Brick and Mortar(BM)
BM in its simplest usage is related to organisation location in physical building.
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Business models
Business-to-business (B2B) Business-to-consumer (B2C) Business-to-employee (B2E) Business-to-government (B2G) Government-to-business (G2B) Goverrnment-to-government (G2G) Government-to-citizen(G2C) Consumer-to-consumer (C2C) Consumer-to-business (C2B)
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Security
E-Business systems naturally have greater security risks than traditional business systems, therefore it is important for e-business systems to be fully protected against these risks. A far greater number of people have access to e-business through the internet than would have access to a traditional business. Customers, suppliers, employees, and numerous other people use any particular e-business system daily and expect their confidential information to stay secure. Some common security concerns for e-Business include keeping business and customer information private and confidential, authenticity of data, and data integrity. Some of the methods of protecting e-business security and keeping information secure include physical security measures as well as data storage, data transmission, anti-virus software, firewalls, and encryption to list a few.
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Electronic Communication in Business
Internet, e-mail Web Mobile devices Social networking media
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Electroni communications are now an integal
part of business(1)
As technology progress, new communications are born and old ones- -many of which seemed new so long ago--- fade away. When youre trying to connect with employees, colleagues, bosses, clients, customers, suppliers or any other business contact, you may have to more choices than you realize. Whether for interpersonal or marketing communications, electronic media are critical to getting business done efficiently and cost-effectively. E-mail One of the older forms of electronic communication remains a staple of modern business. Because of its versatility, email can be used for asking questions and getting answers, holding mini-group conferences, making people aware of issues, passing along documents, sharing information and much more. From a marketing standpoint, email has become a popular medium for sending mesages to customers.
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Electroni communications are now an integal
part of business(2)
Mobile Devices Although communication with mobile devices may be less formal than other forms of communication, people are increasingly turning to messages using cell phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs) etc. As a result, not only do business asociates communicate with one another via mobile devices, but many companies have begun marketing to customer through mass text messages. SocialNetworking Media The capability and uses of social networking media continue to evolve. Some mailtain social networking represents a new frontie in marketing and business networking. Companies promote events, communicate with customers, offer discounts and draw attention to sales using social networking media.
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Internet and Web
The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standart Internet protocol TCP/IP. Web is a system of interlinked hypertext documents accessed via the Internet.
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Structuring the Business Information
It is impossible to automate chaos! Customers of a project companyss management must be involved in the project during the whole period Look around and try to find already existing IT solutions
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Applied Software Development Methology
GRAPES Technology
LIS Technology
LIS, Dr. E.Ginters
Modified LIS Technology
Adaptive interface
DB modelling methology
BSP method
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Business System Planning (BSP) Method
BSP developed by IBM is a top-down method to assist organisations in establishing a system architectore plan. BSP assumes that an Information System plan for a business must be integrated with the organisations business plan and should be developed from the point of view of top management and with their participation (IBM Corporation)
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Business processes
The BSP design techniques concentrate on the data and treat it as a resource that must b managed in the same way as any other resources. This produces a design that is much more likely to satisfy the information needs of the organisation, because an organisations data changes more slowly than the processing procedures.
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Business processes
There are four level stages Identifying the business environment Business planning Business systems analysis Database analysis
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Information Survey of an Organisation (1)
A preliminary organisation information survey is a necessary phase of any e-Business Software design. One of the approaches for dealing with this problem is based on the BSP method noted previously
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Information Survey of an Organisation (2)
Business Planning is used by an organisation to direct present and future business development. Business Plan defines goals, objectives, resource requirements. If some other IS is already in use, its functions and limitations should be identified.
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Business charts
Major functions are first defined when analysing the structure of an organisation. The processes included in each major function are then defined, and these are broken down into sets of activities. Through this process, the business activities can be identified and documented. The reults of a business systems analysis are displayed in the form of so-called business charts.
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Application of BSP method
Functions Processes Actions
Preparation of insurance contract 1.1. Filling in the application form. 1.1.1. Filling in the application form for a one-time insurance policy. 1.1.2. Filling in the application form for an open (long-term) insurance policy.
Preparation of insurance contract 1.2. Drawing up the insurance contract. 1.2.1. Selection of the kind of transportation (ship, railways, truck.) 1.2.2. Selection of the policy long-term, one-time. 1.2.3. Definition of amount insured. 1.2.4..Selection of insurance conditions. 1.2.5. Selection of insurance premium. 1.2.6. Selection of document language. 1.2.7. Printing of the policy.
Preparation of insurance contract 1.3. Drawing up the payment documents 1.3.1. Writing up of the invoice 1.3.2. Writing up of the receipt
Example of business chart of insurance data
processing
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Application of BSP method
Executors Processes Underwriter Reinsurance Department Accounting Department Claims/ Damages Department
1.1. Filling in the application form
1.2. Drawing up the insurance contract
1.3. Drawing up the payment documents
2.1. Optional reinsurance
2.2. Compulsory reinsurance
3.1 Initial premium monitoring
3.2. Damages monitoring
Example of business chart of insurance data
processing
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Sample of implementation of integrated
e-Business Software (1)
eLOGMAR eLOGSERV platform based on transport portal Basic principles of eLOGSERV platform eLOGSERV Integration in Internet-based Collaborative Framework
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Sample of implementation of integrated
e-Business Software (2)
5. eLOGSERV Internet-Based Collsborative Framework 6. eTECHLOG Strengthening SMEs technological facilities 7. eINTERASIA
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eLOGMAR Multi-level business (1)

Transportion group (K1)
Craco group (K2)
Cargo owner or their representatives (buyer)
DB of alternative solutions
Transportation Companies
Contacts DB
DB of transportation Group services
Cargo owner (seller)
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eLOGMAR Multi-level business (2)
Cargo Group

Transportation Group
Forwarding Company
Deep Sea Shipping
Feeder Shipping Lines
Port Authrities
Port Container Terminals
Block Trains / Trucks
Railway Container Terminals
Multi-Modal Transportation Operator
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General structure of web portal

Users
Central DB (MySQL)
Web-portal
Cargo group
Transportation group
Browser only
Internet
Mobile actor
PDA
Wi-Fi
Browser only
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Implementation scheme

BL
GUI
Design
Algoritms
Proxy
PHP API
Interface forms
Behavior
DB
GUI-Graphic Users Interface BL-Business Logics
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Demonstration scenarios (1)
Unimodal transport
1.Ocean/ Feeder transportation
Ocean / Feeder Transportation
Port as the Point of destination
Port of Departure
2. Railway transportation
Point of Departure
Railway Transportation
Point of destination
3. Road transportation
Point of Departure
Road tranportation
Point of destination
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Demonstration scenarios (2)
Intermodal transport
4.Ocean/ Feeder and Railway transportation
Port of Departure
Port as the Point of destination
Ocean / Feeder Transportation
Railway Transportation
2. Ocean/ Feeder and Road transportation
Portt of Departure
Ocean / Feeder Transportation
Road tranportation
Point of destination
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eLOGSERV platform based on www.elogmar.eu

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Basic principles of eLOGSERV platform
Scalable logistics collaboration The number of stages of general logistics model "buy-move-make-sell" and correspondingly the individual structure of adapted to the specific needs of LSPs can be dynamically extended using Web-based coordinating mechanisms and semantic interoperable services. Use of Internet-Based Collaborative Framework incorporating advanced ITT solutions (RFID technology, Simulation Visualisation, Multi-agent modelling) to support networked LSPs. Dynamic adaptation of the general architecture of ICF to the specific needs of different generations of logistics service providers
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Integration in ICF is considered from two points of view 1) integrating of business processes (BP) of LSPs, which are supported now by separate already operating portals 2) integrating of different ICT solutions Models and methods of Artificial Intelligence (distributed multi-agent models, knowledge representation and processing) Simulation Visualisation, VR RFID technology. SOA, Web services, Semantic Interoperable Services, XML, Ajax as Web development techniques, are used as technological platform for integrating
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Integration in ICF

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eTECHNLOG project
The fundamental purpose of the project strengthening EU SMEs technological facilities to develop new and improved IT based services in eLogistics. Technology Transfer Concept for exploitation and commercialzation of research results is used.
facilitator
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S T Objectives
The major purpose of eINTERASIA is to support international cooperation with Central Asias countries by creating a Technology Transfer Concept for adaptation, piloting, diffusion and local exploitation of EU research results. The application of TTC will be demonstrated in the field of eLogistics.
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General Approach (RTD activities)
Business System Planning (business charts, CD,)

Multi-agent distributed model
WP3
WP4
Web-Based Framework
  • TTC
  • Transfer model
  • Showroom
  • Visualization models and tools

Assessment Improvement
WP3
Demonstration Promotion
WP2
Selected EU projects
Applications in E-Logistics
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WP3 Web-Based Framework
The major objective of WP3 is to develop a demonstrator of a Web-based framework (WBF) to support dissemination and local exploitation of European research results in Central Asias countries. WP3 will use the outputs of WP2 and WP4.
WP2 Technology Transfer Concept
WP4 Business models in transport and logistics
WP3 Web-based framework
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WBF Demonstrator functions
Web-based framework (WBF) Demonstrator should provide the following features and functions An integrated view of the heterogeneous e-resources (web-sites, portals, etc.) to facilitate transfer of the research results Adaptation of demonstrator's general structure to the local requirements, business models, and business-related applications Demonstration of the WBF facilities in the selected application area - eLogistics
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Service-oriented Architecture
In order to achieve these functionalities it will be necessary to expose all the e-resources as services. The integration will be implemented following principles of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) There is a lot of standalone research Internet portals and web-sites, which have different scientific and technological information to provide or to handle. WBF combines those e-resources to one portal. The benefit for the users and the providers from WBF is that they can have the access to a source of combined information. From technological point of view the main objection is to create the best communication between WBF and separate web-sites/ portals. In connection with this, web services will be used as communications- endpoints. They are adaptable to different kinds of software technologies, like .NET, Java, PHP.
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Application Programming Interface Design (1)

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Application Programming Interface Design (2)

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Inter-Portlet Communication example

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