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Internet-based platform implementing agile management methods for enabling the set-up, monitoring and follow-up of business innovation processes in industrial SMEs
ExtremeFactories is a EU funded project that proposes the conception of a collaborative internet-based platform with semantic capabilities (by means of ontology modeling) that implements a new methodology for the adoption of a systematic innovation process in globally acting networked SMEs.
The platform will support SMEs to manage and implement the complex innovation processes arisen in a networked environment, taking into account their internal and external links, by enabling an open multi-agent focused innovation (i.e. a customer/provider/supplier/employee focused innovation). The solution will be specifically focused on the needs of manufacturing companies and will observe both product and process innovation. The construction of the ExtremeFactories methodology will be based on individual practices found in traditional innovation management methods, such as TRIZ, combined with a selected group of practices obtained from different Agile Methodologies (such as Extreme Programming, SCRUM and others).
The following objectives are to be taken care of in the frame of the project