GCC Research/InterPROM: InterPROM: Interoperable Collaborative Process Management - European Union Research Project 2004.

InterPROM enables European SMEs to acquire long-ranging outsourcing projects advertised by large companies and to carry out these projects effectively and profitable according to industry and contractual quality standards.

THEMES: GCC Research | InterPROM
META STRUCTURES: Website\K-Pool - Deact... | Website\Research Porta...
YEAR: 2004
PERM. URL: http://gcc.upb.de/K-Pool/InterPROM
Interoperable Collaborative Process Management

Sixth Framework Programme for Research Technological Development of the European Union: the Groupware Competence Center (GCC) representing the University of Paderborn participates together with 7 other European partners in the application-oriented InterPROM research project.
The project, being part in the CRAFT subprogram, was selected out of approximately 1000 proposals as one of the top proposals. The funding for all partners is with € 1.3 m about 70 % above the average for all other CRAFT projects.

Database 'GCC K-Pool', View 'Themes (All)', Document 'GCC startet mit multinationalen EU-Förderprojekt' German short version

Project Objectives

  1. Establishment of an innovative new software technology for interoperable collaborative process management, to enable SMEs to acquire long-ranging outsourcing projects advertised by large companies and to carry these projects effectively and profitable out according to the given quality standards.
  2. InterPROMs main innovation consists in preventing, bridging and avoiding communication and media breaks between large companies and SMEs through the elimination of incompatibilities between different systems and the bundling of the information contained herein.
  3. Creating the basis for a new product and technology platform for PAVONE, CPS and their sales partners.
  4. H&S and INVERA will have a first mover advantage by usage of InterPROM within their own projects.
  5. The universities will disseminate the research results in the scientific community.