Number Deliverable Title
D1.1 LAURA regional actors’ needs architecture The Deliverable D1.1 defined the internal “needs architecture” of the envisaged LAURA framework, in order to determine the interaction among the various functional parts of the LAURA system with its target audience (most importantly the SMEs). It addressed four regions: Messinia and Epirus in Greece, the South-Central Region of Bulgaria and Saxony-Anhalt in Germany.
D1.3 Analysis of technology / market trends based on interaction and feedback with other frameworks This report described the LAURA high level approach conceptual model for intra and interregional e-commerce activities under the notion of Request-Based Virtual Organisations (RBVOs) and Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
D2.2 Development and testing of system use cases The actual design of the system started with the identification of system use cases, as those were presented in Deliverable 2.2. The actual description of the use cases was carried out using templates from the Rational Unified Process (RUP) methodology.
As the purpose of Deliverable 2.2 was the testing of the use cases, this was carried out in two different ways:
• The use cases were distributed to a circle of experts from various industrial sectors, in order to get their feedback from a business point of view.
• The use cases were also tested by the LAURA deployment and development partners.
D2.3 LAURA vision and conceptual model Having developed and tested the use cases, it was then possible to more adequately define the vision of the LAURA system, as well as perform a conceptual modelling of it. This was done in Deliverable 2.3, and the conceptual model was specified with the UN/CEFACT Modelling Methodology (UMM).
D2.4 Software Architecture Document The next, more detailed level of analysis concerning the system design was performed in Deliverable 2.4, and concerned the Software Architecture Document of the system to be developed. This document included a set of views concerning the design of the system, those being the Use Case View, Logical View, User Experience View, Process View, Deployment View, Implementation View and Data View.
In addition, apart from the Software Architecture Document, equally important to the design of the system were the Supplementary Specifications, dealing with performance, security, reliability, and other non-functional requirements.
D3.2 LAURA Prototype This is the actual LAURA running prototype implemented in WP3.
D4.1 Validation Report of the EC Zones This deliverable evaluated the pilot integrated electronic commerce zones implemented by the project in terms of:
• validation of the Support Centre functionality and usability, and
• evaluation of the electronic commerce zones by means of post development experiments.
D5.2 LAURA Prototype The exploitation plan was prepared in order to present the consortium strategy for achieving dissemination of the results and commercialisation of the developed concepts, methodologies and prototypes to interested SMEs that operate in European Less Favoured Regions (LFRs).
The exploitation plan provided a concrete view of the nature, the characteristics and the opportunities existing in the European e-commerce market and especially in regions that are characterised as Less Favoured in terms of economic and business development. Potential customer base has been identified and its size has been estimated, while the profile of the main competitors has been outlined.
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