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La longue route vers l’ERP 2.0

Abstract : Under the generic term "Web 2.0" are gathered many different tools allowing a better interaction between a user and an Internet site, or between communities of users by mean of a Web site. Social networks, but also wikis, mashups, tags etc. have had an exponential development in private life applications. As a consequence, companies have also been interested in these tools, with the result of new terms like "Enterprise 2.0", "Manufacturing 2.0" or "ERP 2.0" suggesting the idea to transpose the use of these tools to industrial applications. We analyze in this communication cases of implementation of Web 2.0 technologies into industrial practices and software. We shall show that structured methods allowing to identify on which processes the Web 2.0 can bring something new, and how, are still to be defined. Mots clés-Web 2.0, ERP, réseaux sociaux.
Keywords : Social networks
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Bernard Grabot, Anne Mayère, Raymond Houe, Florian Hémont. La longue route vers l’ERP 2.0. 9ème Congrès International de Génie Industriel, 'École Polytechnique de Montréal, Oct 2011, Saint-Sauveur (Québec), Canada. ⟨hal-02100726⟩



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