Interorganizational Information Systems: A Study of Practice
Interorganizational relationships are initiatives between organizations that aim to facilitate resource sharing and information exchange. In this context, information systems are developed to support the involved organizations, often encompassing several smaller systems. However, little is known about interorganizational information systems (IOIS), especially regarding their state of practice. This paper investigates the use of IOISs in real scenarios. For this, we performed a non-systematic search of IOISs examples and identified repositories on GitHub about these systems. Hence, it was possible to map a set of sources and requirements that help understand how IOISs work and why they are adopted.
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