Value Networks 

Value Networks span multiple application domains and cross organizational boundaries. 

 

 

Examples of Value Networks: 

 

- Distribution Networks 

- Airline Code Sharing Networks 

- Networked Airtravel Services 

- Mobile Team Collaboration 

- Cold Value Chains 

- Franchised Operations 

- Multi-Modal Logistics 

- Collaborative Government 

- Seaport Security Networks 

- International Customs
- Sensor Automation Networks
- Secure Information Networks
- Transportation Networks 

- Traffic Networks 

- Field Service Collaboration 

- Meshed information networks 

- Demand-driven Supply Chains 

 

and many more... 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Value Network is an information sharing community that jointly delivers goods or services. The most common examples of a value network are an inbound supply chain or outbound distribution network. 

 

Value networks are a major foundation for success in business. Value networks have been analyzed by researchers for many years, concepts have been developed and have been proven in the real world. 

 

Business would not be possible these days without the power of value networks. Value creation throughout industries has evolved from vertically integrated businesses to highly focused ones that collaborate and interact with their partners and suppliers in order to satisfy their customers. Delivering high-quality, innovative products and services on time and at attractive prices requires the permanent interaction and event-based process integration in what have often become multi-party virtual enterprises. 

 

VI Agents enables companies to improve both their internal business processes and those that span their value networks. Super-users and business analysts can create individual applications to improve business performance and to fulfil regulatory and other compliance requirements. 

 

For more information about value networks, please visit: 

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Value_network 

 

value-networks.com