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Re: What is Enterprise Software?

by ady (Deacon)
on Oct 31, 2005 at 07:09 UTC ( #504183=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to What is Enterprise Software?

Enterprise Software (ES):

It seems to me that you need to delimit and define the scope of the ES for your specific analysis. Often this is done by exclusion, like:

* IT solution developed to support processes of a large business domain, like an area of human/social administration (employee, customer / taxation, security, environment) or product manufacturing and control (purchase, stocks).

* typically you want to excludes general office and infrastructure products (text processing, DB etc) and exclude tools to develop IT solutions (languages, libraries, IDEs etc).

* often you also want to exclude "shrink wrapped" ES solutions (like commercial CRM, ERP)

* when focusing on custom developed ES systems and the specific problems of these related to large scale project administration and SW design, construction, deployment, operation & maintenance
Best regards
Allan Dystrup

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