Lulu.com, 2006 - 261 pages
The implementation of an Enterprise Portal is more of an art than a science. This is true due to the fact that each organization is different with respect to priorities, fiscal issues, culture, etc. To this end, implementing an Enterprise Portal in an organization is a highly customized process that cannot be churned out in a mass-production fashion. That being said, this book will highlight some of the core processes that are similar throughout companies; how they are implemented is where the customization part comes in.
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