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Workshop on Compliance, Evolution, and Security in Cross-Organizational Processes

Opens internal link in current windowProf. Dr. Manfred Reichert and Opens internal link in current windowDavid Knuplesch are co-organizers of the  Opens external link in new window1st Int’l Workshop on Compliance, Evolution and Security in Cross-Organizational Processes (CeSCoP 2014), which will be held in conjunction with the  Opens external link in new windowEnterprise Computing Conference (EDOC 2014) in Ulm at September 1, 2014. Manfred and David share the chair with Opens external link in new windowProf. Dr. Stefanie Rinderle-Ma (University of Vienna), Opens external link in new windowDr. Walid Fdhila (University of Vienna) and Johannes Reich (SAP). 

About CeSCoP
Globalization and competitive pressure created the need for collaborations among business partners who join their forces and combine their services in order to provide added-value products. Coming along with benefits of such cross-organizational collaborations, companies encounter tough challenges as they have to cope with demanding security, adaptation, compliance and privacy requirements. The CeSCoP workshop focuses on the research problems faced in cross-organizational processes as well as it aims to support investigation and novel solutions with regard to the specific requirements arising in this context. 

The workshop's purpose is to offer a portal for researchers and practitioners to discuss and contribute research dedicated to the investigation to the main requirements of cross-organizational processes (e.g., modeling, flexibility, monitoring, etc.).

Further details and the call for papers can be found on the  Opens external link in new windowworkshop's webseite.

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