ISO 15000-1:2004 Consultants
ISO 15000-1:2004 Certification
This part of ISO 15000 describes and specifies a new approach to the well-understood problem of the lack of information interoperability between applications in the e-business arena. Traditionally, standards for the exchange of business data have been focused on static message definitions that have not enabled a sufficient degree of interoperability or flexibility. A more flexible and interoperable way of standardizing Business Semantics is required. The Core Component solution described in this specification presents a methodology for developing a common set of semantic building blocks that represent the general types of business data in use today and provides for the creation of new business vocabularies and restructuring of existing business vocabularies.
ISO/TS 15000:2005 can be employed wherever business information is being shared or exchanged amongst and between enterprises, governmental agencies, and/or other organisations in an open and worldwide environment.
The CPA describes the agreement between two trading partners on the technical capabilities they will use for a specific electronic-business collaboration. Included in the CPP and CPA are details of transport, messaging security constraints, and binding to a business-process-specification document that contains the definition of the interactions between the two parties while engaging in a specified electronic business collaboration.
This part of ISO 15000 has been published in 2005 as Technical Specification (TS). The revision of ISO/TS 15000-5 has been initiated for submission as an International Standard.
ISO 15000-1:2004 Consultants by State