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A Case Study for Business Integration as a Service

A Case Study for Business Integration as a Service
A Case Study for Business Integration as a Service
This paper presents Business Integration as a Service (BIaaS) to allow two services to work together in the Cloud to achieve a streamline process. We illustrate this integration using two services; Return on Investment (ROI) Measurement as a Service (RMaaS) and Risk Analysis as a Service (RAaaS) in the case study at the University of Southampton. The case study demonstrates the cost-savings and the risk analysis achieved, so two services can work as a single service. Advanced techniques are used to demonstrate statistical services and 3D Visualisation services under the remit of RMaaS and Monte Carlo Simulation as a Service behind the design of RAaaS. Computational results are presented with their implications discussed. Different types of risks associated with Cloud adoption can be calculated easily, rapidly and accurately with the use of BIaaS. This case study confirms the benefits of BIaaS adoption, including cost reduction and improvements in efficiency and risk analysis. Implementation of BIaaS in other organisations is also discussed. Important data arising from the integration of RMaaS and RAaaS are useful for management and stakeholders of University of Southampton.
Business Integration as a Service (BIaaS), ROI Measurement as a Service (RMaaS), Risk Analysis as a Service (RAaaS), Organisational Sustainability Modelling (OSM), Monte Carlo Simulations, BIaaS Case Studies.
IGI Global
Chang, Victor
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Chang, Victor
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Chang, Victor (2013) A Case Study for Business Integration as a Service. In, Trends in E-Business, E-Services, and E-Commerce: Impact of Technology on Goods, Services, and Business Transactions. IGI Global. , (doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-4510-3).

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This paper presents Business Integration as a Service (BIaaS) to allow two services to work together in the Cloud to achieve a streamline process. We illustrate this integration using two services; Return on Investment (ROI) Measurement as a Service (RMaaS) and Risk Analysis as a Service (RAaaS) in the case study at the University of Southampton. The case study demonstrates the cost-savings and the risk analysis achieved, so two services can work as a single service. Advanced techniques are used to demonstrate statistical services and 3D Visualisation services under the remit of RMaaS and Monte Carlo Simulation as a Service behind the design of RAaaS. Computational results are presented with their implications discussed. Different types of risks associated with Cloud adoption can be calculated easily, rapidly and accurately with the use of BIaaS. This case study confirms the benefits of BIaaS adoption, including cost reduction and improvements in efficiency and risk analysis. Implementation of BIaaS in other organisations is also discussed. Important data arising from the integration of RMaaS and RAaaS are useful for management and stakeholders of University of Southampton.

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Published date: 1 December 2013
Keywords: Business Integration as a Service (BIaaS), ROI Measurement as a Service (RMaaS), Risk Analysis as a Service (RAaaS), Organisational Sustainability Modelling (OSM), Monte Carlo Simulations, BIaaS Case Studies.
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, Electronic & Software Systems

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Local EPrints ID: 353916
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/353916
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Date deposited: 24 Jun 2013 18:00
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 03:59

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