Semantic standards quality measured in practice: The case of the SETU standard for flexible staffing

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Folmer, E.J.A. and Wu, H. (2012) Semantic standards quality measured in practice: The case of the SETU standard for flexible staffing. In: AMCIS 2012, Eighteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Seattle, August 9-12, 2012.

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Abstract:Semantic standards should play an important role in achieving inter-organizational interoperability. Millions are spent on development and adoption of these standards, but does it lead to interoperability? This important question is not often addressed. In this study interoperability in the Dutch temporary staffing industry is studied by focusing on the quality of the SETU standard and its implementations in practice. Our results show that although the SETU standard is equipped for achieving interoperability, this in practice has not been achieved due to low quality implementations. We raise the question why these studies are not being performed on every standard. Another result is that localizations (profiles) may be needed for high quality standards; without localizations interoperability is limited in the SETU case
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Management and Governance (SMG)
Science and Technology (TNW)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/publications/80937
Official URL:http://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2012/proceedings/DataInfoQuality/4
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