Writing the web: Supporting management reporting: a writable web case study
|Writing the web: Supporting management reporting: a writable web case study|
|Author(s)||Timothy Miles-Board, Leslie Carr, Simon Kampa, Wendy Hall|
|Published in||The Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference|
|Keyword(s)||Management Reporting, Structural Computing, Hypertext Writing, Open Hypermedia|
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Writing the web: Supporting management reporting: a writable web case study is a 2003 conference paper written in English by Timothy Miles-Board, Leslie Carr, Simon Kampa, Wendy Hall and published in The Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference.
The World-Wide Web was originally developed as a shared, writable, hypertext medium, a facility that is still widely needed. We have recently developed a Web-based management reporting system for a legal firm in an attempt to improve the efficiency and management of their overall business process. This paper shares our experiences in relating the firm's specific writing and issue tracking tasks to existing Web, open hypermedia, and Semantic Web research, and describes why we chose to develop a new solution - a set of open hypermedia components collectively called the Management Reporting System - rather than employ an existing system.
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