Document Engineering: Analyzing and Designing Documents for Business Informatics & Web Services
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Document Engineering: Analyzing and Designing Documents for Business Informatics & Web Services

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Much of the business transacted on the Web today takes place through information exchanges made possible by using documents as interfaces. For example, what seems to be a simple purchase from an online bookstore actually involves at least three different business collaborations -- between the customer and the online catalog to select a book; between the bookstore and a cre...more
Paperback, 703 pages
Published March 1st 2008 by MIT Press (MA) (first published 2005)
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Lisa Leonard
I manage internal communications and intranet portals and this book was hugely helpful for me to be able to effectively converse with my IT partners on defining business requirements. I highly recommend!
TK Keanini
Good read for web 2.0 engineers that must translate requirements to design.
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