Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of ISO15926Primer_Supposed_To

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10/23/11 03:55:51 (11 years ago)
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gordonrachar (IP: 75.156.216.35)
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  • ISO15926Primer_Supposed_To

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    22= How Information Exchange is Supposed to Work = 
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     5Many organizations participate in a capital project. Each has to communicate with the others in order to complete their portion of the work. For instance, here we see a project with six participants who all need to exchange information about a pump. They don't all need to know everything about the pump, but there is a large overlap between organizations. All of the information that any of these organization needs already resides in the computer system of one of the business partners. 
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    7 Many organizations participate in a capital project. Each has to communicate with the others in order to complete their portion of the work. For instance, here we see a project with six participants who all need to exchange information about a pump. They don't all need to know everything about the pump, but there is a large overlap. All of the information that any of these organization needs already resides in the computer system of one of the business parnters. 
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    119To us it seems intuitive that communication will happen freely and easily because all of the organizations are dealing with the same physical pump, and all of the organizations have a vested interest in doing things quickly and reliably. When communication happens freely and easily, the work gets done sooner, and more reliably.  Everyone makes money. 
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