Assessing feasibility of IT-enabled networked value consellations: A case study in the electricity sector

Z. Derzsi, J. Gordijn, J.K. Kok, J.M. Akkermans, Y.H. Tan

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Abstract

Innovative networked value constellations, such as Cisco or Dell, are often enabled by Information Technology (IT). The same holds for the Distributed Electricity Balancing Service (DBS), which we present in this case study. To explore feasibility of such constellations while designing them, we need at least to develop a financial and technical understanding of the constellation at hand. In this paper, we take a multiple perspective approach, by taking a business value perspective (using e 3 -value) and an information system perspective (using UML-deployment diagrams) on the case at hand. We present a novel, structured approach to relate both perspectives, thus enabling a financial and technical feasibility assessment of the constellation, using a real-life case study in the field of electricity supply and consumption.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 19th International Conference on advanced information systems engineering (CAISE 2007)
EditorsJ. Krogstie, A.L. Opdahl, G. Sindre
Place of PublicationBerlin
PublisherSpringer
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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Derzsi, Z., Gordijn, J., Kok, J. K., Akkermans, J. M., & Tan, Y. H. (2007). Assessing feasibility of IT-enabled networked value consellations: A case study in the electricity sector. In J. Krogstie, A. L. Opdahl, & G. Sindre (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on advanced information systems engineering (CAISE 2007) Berlin: Springer.
Derzsi, Z. ; Gordijn, J. ; Kok, J.K. ; Akkermans, J.M. ; Tan, Y.H. / Assessing feasibility of IT-enabled networked value consellations: A case study in the electricity sector. Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on advanced information systems engineering (CAISE 2007). editor / J. Krogstie ; A.L. Opdahl ; G. Sindre. Berlin : Springer, 2007.
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Derzsi, Z, Gordijn, J, Kok, JK, Akkermans, JM & Tan, YH 2007, Assessing feasibility of IT-enabled networked value consellations: A case study in the electricity sector. in J Krogstie, AL Opdahl & G Sindre (eds), Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on advanced information systems engineering (CAISE 2007). Springer, Berlin.

Assessing feasibility of IT-enabled networked value consellations: A case study in the electricity sector. / Derzsi, Z.; Gordijn, J.; Kok, J.K.; Akkermans, J.M.; Tan, Y.H.

Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on advanced information systems engineering (CAISE 2007). ed. / J. Krogstie; A.L. Opdahl; G. Sindre. Berlin : Springer, 2007.

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Derzsi Z, Gordijn J, Kok JK, Akkermans JM, Tan YH. Assessing feasibility of IT-enabled networked value consellations: A case study in the electricity sector. In Krogstie J, Opdahl AL, Sindre G, editors, Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on advanced information systems engineering (CAISE 2007). Berlin: Springer. 2007