Inf Syst E-Bus Manage (2017) 15:225–227 DOI 10.1007/s10257-017-0353-z EDITORIAL The challenges of model-based systems engineering for the next generation enterprise information systems 1 2,3 Milan Zdravkovic´ Herve´ Panetto Published online: 2 August 2017 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2017 Transformation of the environment in which Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) are operating today is posing the new challenges to their modelling, design, implementation and use. One of the crucial circumstances of this transformation is removal of their traditional boundaries. The challenges arising from the increased requirements for ﬂexibility in enterprise collaboration put a lot of pressure to the research on EIS integration and interoperability; they also urge for tools and approaches for rapid and active adaption of those EISs to the changing environment. The research and development of multi-agent systems paradigm are enabling EISs with multiple identities which are now representing enterprises in the digital space. The development of the Cyber-physical networks and the Internet of Things expanded the EIS scope, by introducing sensing and location-awareness aspects. The advances in cloud-based computing clearly established the distribution of the EISs’ functional and storage capabilities as the default approach to their designs. In a recently published position paper, based on the above circumstances, the
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