Management

Use Case

Use case describes the context or process wherein a product or product component, subpart, is used within. Hence the use case specifies the function or operation of each deliverable product or component. Use case is specified in a procedural outline with logical branches and sub-cases to describe various conditions in the operation of a product or component. UML, pseudocode or a procedural language can be used to document the use case. Actors or user roles in the use case demonstrate interactions of the product or component with external entities.

Requirements

Requirements elaborate on the project goal; with a detail of the product life-cycle inclusive of the bounding resource allocations necessary to complete the project. Generally the project requirements extend the scope by facilitating a more extensive dialogue with stakeholders, stakeholder counter-parties and potential customers. The deliverable of the requirements phase is a detailed outline of what will be completed by the project, objectives, with what resources will be consumed to complete the project.

Supply Cloud

OVium uses web service technology to integrate purchasers and suppliers. OVium implements XSD message discovery protocols, REST, and standard oriented WSDL protocols such such as WS-*, Transaction, Reliability, Policy, Security, Trust as BPEL. For simple implementations with limited service dialogue, REST provisions information transactions adequately however for more complex purchase requisition workflows, WSDL provides the necessary formalism, with WS-RS extensions for ad hoc REST requirements.

Organic Strategy

Organic growth extends enterprise opportunity with minimal risk to stake holders. Organic growth favors reinvestment of earnings in research and development along with strategic retention policies to shape the talent of personnel. Retention is biased toward developing talent within the enterprise while outsourcing or selling mature operational units to external entities. Potential revolutionary near term product and/or market breakthroughs may be realized through the leveraging of debt. The risk of course is that the opportunity is never realized and debt must be egregiously repaid.

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