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هندسة تصميم المؤسسة الإلكترونية تجربة جامعة الملك فهد للبترول والمعادن. الهواري غوثي و د. جار الله الغامدي كلية علوم و هندسة الحاسب الآلي جامعة الملك فهد للبترول والمعادن شعبان 1425ه. Electronic Enterprise Architecture KFUPM Experience. Mr. Lahouari Ghouti and Dr. Jarallah Al-Ghamdi

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هندسة تصميم المؤسسة الإلكترونيةتجربة جامعة الملك فهد للبترول والمعادن

الهواري غوثي و د. جار الله الغامدي

كلية علوم و هندسة الحاسب الآلي

جامعة الملك فهد للبترول والمعادن

شعبان 1425ه

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Electronic Enterprise ArchitectureKFUPM Experience

Mr. Lahouari Ghouti and Dr. Jarallah Al-Ghamdi

College of Computer Science and Engineering

KFUPM University

September 2004

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Content Management?

  • What is it?
  • Do Academic Institutions Need It?
slide5

E-Business Drivers

  • Cut costs
  • Improve customer service
  • 24x7 access to services
  • Streamline administration
  • Electronic service delivery
  • Doing more with less
  • Regulatory compliance (Saudi Strategic IT Plan?)
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Moving to E-Business?

  • Corporate Intranet - content management
  • E-Commerce / B2C / E-forms / content and process management /multiple channels
  • E- Business / B2B - content and process management / collaborative commerce
  • E-service delivery / E-Learning (KFUPM Leadership)
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Document Management

  • Semi structured or unstructured data
  • Capture/creation
  • Organize, manage and store
  • Search and retrieve
  • Process
  • Distribute
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Document Management

  • From imaging to active document management
  • From simple to compound documents
  • From document to content management
  • Move to Web standards and platforms
  • From two tier client server to n tier thin client – Browser – Middleware - Back End servers
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Document & Data Capture

  • Scan & Digitize Paper & Index Images
  • Intelligent Document Capture
  • Paper & Electronic Forms Processing
  • Distributed Capture via Intranet/Internet
  • Increased use of PDF, HTML and XML
  • Templates for document/content creation
  • E-mail capture and management
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Document and Data Capture Workflow

  • Balance resources with packaged software
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Content Management

  • Separate content from display/presentation
  • Markup content – SGML; HTML; XML
  • Focus on publishing content to Intranet/Internet/Mobile Devices
  • Tools to control content production
  • Content templates to standardise content
  • Tools to transform content into Web formats
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Content Management

  • Tools to automate content approval process
  • Tools to automate content delivery
  • Tools for Web site design
  • Tools to customize/personalize content
  • Tools to monitor content usage
  • Tools to manage/archive content
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Knowledge Management

  • Basic content management functions plus.
  • Portal access to internal/external content
  • Corporate memory/knowledge base
  • Auto classify and full text retrieval
  • Knowledge mapping and visualization
  • People matching
  • Process analysis and KM
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Electronic Records Management

  • Document / content management plus.
  • Declaration (capture and freeze record)
  • Classification (corporate file plan)
  • Disposition (retain vital records and manage controlled disposal of non vital records)
  • Manage electronic and analogue records
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Electronic Records Management

  • Corporate wide implementation
  • Active document / content management and long term folder management
  • File Plan; Folder; Folder Part; Record/
  • Document/Content
  • Procedures’ standards???
slide18

Process Modeling

  • Simple - Complex.
  • Costing; Simulation; Support for IDEF 0
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Why Redesign the Process?

  • Ensure processes meet business objectives
  • Take control of the way you work
  • Impose consistency
  • Facilitate re-organization and multi-skills
  • Break down Faculty barriers
  • Build on move to electronic information
  • Prioritize for E-business
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Electronic Records Management

  • Corporate wide implementation
  • Active document / content management and long term folder management
  • File Plan; Folder; Folder Part; Record/
  • Document/Content
  • Procedures’ standards???
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IT Infrastructure Review

  • Client/server hardware/software?
  • LAN and WAN bandwidth
  • E-mail/messaging systems?
  • Database engines and development tools?
  • Desktop applications?
  • Internet/Intranet/Extranet?
  • Document management standards?
  • Administration packages?
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Business Case?

  • Costs
  • Tactical Benefits
  • Strategic Benefits
  • Cost Benefit Analysis
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Costs

  • Hardware and software
  • Development
  • Support
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Tactical Benefits

  • Productivity improvement
  • Competitive gain
  • Space savings
  • Cost savings
  • Improved cash flow
  • Lower cost per student and better quality
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Strategic Benefits

  • Improved customer service
  • Improved visibility and image
  • Improved quality
  • Increase market share
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Improved information management
  • Attract high caliber staff
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Is it Worth the Efforts?

  • Unlock your information assets!
  • Control paper and electronic processes
  • Platform for e-business
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Mission & Vision

Business Line A

Business Line Z

Process

A1

Process

A2

Process

Z1

Process

Z2

IT Appl.

A1

IT Appl.

A2

IT Appl.

Z1

IT Appl.

Z2

Deployment of IT Systems

Traditional Approach

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Traditional Approach

Drawbacks

Reviews by US agencies and departments have shown that:

“Attempting to build major systems without first

completing an enterprise architecture often results

in systems that are duplicative, not well integrated,

unnecessarily costly to maintain and interface, and do

not effectively optimize mission performance".

(CIO-Architecture Guide)

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Information at KFUPM

A New Definition

  • Recognition of information as a strategic resource
  • to realize the vision and mission of an Enterprise,
  • Identifying the priority Business areas which can
  • be greatly served by exploiting information asset,
  • Periodic assessments of the enterprise’s progress
  • towards its target environment,
  • Alignment with the enterprise’s strategic plan.
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Information at KFUPM

A New Definition

  • Information is more than data:
  • Information = Data + context (business functions)
  • Context – Bussiness Functions (Functional View)
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Enterprise “Information”

Architecture

  • Enterprise Information Architecture
  • In Short
  • Enterprise Architecture
  • Emphasis on Global View (Sharing Information)
  • and, Functional perspective (Business Lines)
  • What information is needed to support the
  • business?
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Enterprise Architecture

  • Enterprise Architecture (EA) is a strategic
  • information asset base, which defines:
  • The mission (function),
  • The information necessary to perform the mission,
  • The technologies necessary to perform the mission.
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EA Answers to ???

  • What information is needed to support the
  • business?
  • What IT applications are needed to provide
  • information?
  • What technology is needed to support the
  • applications?
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EA Frameworks

  • There are four candidate frameworks. These frameworks
  • are:
  • The Zackman’s EA Framework,
  • Department of Defense (DoD) Command, Control,
  • Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance
  • and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Architecture Framework,
  • Treasury Enterprise Architecture Framework (TEAF),
  • Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF).
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How, Where & When

Functional

What, How Much & How Frequently

Information

Who & Why

Organizational

Enabler

Infrastructure

EA Process

An Example

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Scientific Council

  • Academic Promotion: At KFUPM University, the academic promotion takes time and requires redundant processes  Lack of interest!!!
  • Automate the process: Solution “home-made” Java-XML based solution!!!
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E-Learning

  • Online Courses
  • Content Development
  • Enrolment Efficiency
  • Time-Space Flexibility
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E-Learning: Some Examples

  • ICS 202 Course Data Structures: Effort 3 months + 9000 development hours.
  • Automate the process: Most of the CCSE and Engineering courses have ONLINE versions!!!!
  • KFUPM Orientation program: English 001 and 002  Cost 780 SAR per student 1.326.000 SAR
  • Benefits: Brand new computer lab every semester
  • Course coverage from 40 hours to 15 hours.
  • More students’ enrollment  Community Colleges’ English program same as KFUPM Orientation program.
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E-Learning: Some Examples

  • Student activity monitoring!!!! Time spent on each lecture + number of log ins per day/week/month/semester.
  • Statistical study of student participation in forums, chat rooms.
  • “Virtual” Office hours.
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Vice-Rectorship for Academic Affairs

  • Student Petition: Design the process of E-Petitioner.
  • Workflow: Student Affairs  Academic Chairman Academic Dean Vice-Rector Academic Affairs.
  • Benefits: Improved student performance!!!
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Academic Departments

  • Paperless course file: Home-made system using Oracle 9i + Java Technology + XML.
  • Course Content Development Monitoring.
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Central Services Office

  • Archive Systems The Central services archive occupies about 10 rooms in the Administration Building (Famous KFUPM Building 21).
  • Automated archiving  Instant Benefits 11 Million Riyals!!!
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Registrar’s Office

  • Student Records: Archiving + DMS system.
  • First Choice: ArabDOX Cost 200.000 SAR
  • Final Choice: Hamming Bird system  Free License!!!
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KFUPM Expertise

  • Patens filed in the area of document security.
  • Patents filed in the area of document/imaging authentication.
  • Ongoing work in multimedia document management/workflow/security/authentication.
  • Published research work in International Referred journal and Conference proceedings such as IEEE/IEE/ACM.
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Electronic Enterprise Architecture: KFUPM Experience

Thank you!

Feel free to contact:

ghouti@ccse.kfupm.edu.sa

Questions?

Talk Slides Will Be Available at:

http://www.ccse.kfupm.edu.sa/~ghouti/

Mr. L. Ghouti and Dr. J. Al-Ghamdi EDoc Forum RiyadhSeptember 20-21 2004

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