Date: Monday, November 28, 2016, 10:00 – 14:00
Location: University Medical Centre Ljubljana , SAZU meeting room, 1st flooreregion-portal-emblem
Principles of ePrototype Development
Food eSupply & eProcurement Workshop on March 14, 2017
10:00 – 12:45
Opportunities for the improvement of eCommerce in the Food eSupply & eProcurement. Short presentations by food suppliers and food buyers
Principles of Food eSupply & eProcurement prototype development. Discussion
Platforms development for Food eSupply & eProcurement: Case Foodko
Food eSupply & eProcurement Workshop in March 2017. Preparing a program and a list of the organizations in the neighboring countries to be invited.
Dr. Jože Gričar, Professor Emeritus, University of Maribor
Program Coordinator, Inter-Municipality Initiative: Cross-border eCollaboration in the eRegions
Any other business
Break 12:45 – 13:00
Increasing e-visibility of the food suppliers on the territory of the eMunicipality Without Borders
Mag. Miha Ješe, Mayor
Municipality of Škofja Loka & eCoordinator, Neighboring eMunicipalities Škofja Loka, Železniki, Gorenja vas – Poljane, Žiri & Coordinator, eMunicipalities Without Borders Mayors Consortium & Vice President, DOUZELAGE 28 European Town Twinning
Principles of ePrototype Development
The prototyping (proof of concept) and open innovation are methodological components of the initiative.
Usage of the eSolution is simple.
The eSolution is in accordance with a need and a desire of its user.
In the eSolution the required manual procedures are imbedded into the software allowing for the solution to be easily arranged by the user to fit with her/his current requirements.
The paper documents are replaced by the e-messages.
The organization is enabling the partnering organization an insight into data related to the common buying-selling process.
Data provided by the organization can be used in the partnering organization without any additional manual data entry.
Data standards and norms are accessible, unified and useful to all partnering organizations.
Prototype development groups cooperate and share the experience gained.
Prototype eSolutions are presented to the professional public.
The eRegion Portal is exploited for a better eCollaboration.
The Food eSupply & eProcurement prototypes are closely related to some other areas of the Inter-Municipality Initiative: Cross-border eCollaboration in the eRegions. For example, SMEs eCommerce in the eRegions & eMunicipalities Without Borders.
Načela razvijanja prototipne e-rešitve
Prototipiranje in odprto inoviranje sta metodološki sestavini pobude.
Uporaba e-rešitve je enostavna.
Prototipna e-rešitev je taka, kakršno rabi in si jo želi njen uporabnik.
V e-rešitvi so ročni postopki vgrajeni v program, ki uporabniku omogoča, da ga po svoji presoji prilagaja trenutnim zahtevam.
Papirne listine so nadomeščene z e-sporočili.
Organizacija omogoča partnerski organizaciji vpogled v podatke, ki so povezani s skupnim nakupno-prodajnim procesom.
Podatki so iz ene organizacije posredovani drugi organizaciji na način, da ponovno ročno zajemanje teh podatkov ni potrebno.
Standardi in normativi so dostopni, poenoteni in uporabni v vseh sodelujočih organizacijah.
Skupine, ki izdelujejo prototipe, sodelujejo in izmenjujejo pridobljene izkušnje.
Prototipne e-rešitve so predstavljene strokovni javnosti.
eRegion portal se izrablja za boljše e-sodelovanje.
Food eSupply & eProcurement Interoperability Workshop on March 14, 2017
The Food eSupply & eProcurement prototypes will be presented and discussed at a workshop which will be taking place in the University Medical Centre Ljubljana on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. The workshop will be problem based and action focused. The representatives of the organizations in at least three countries should be involved. The objectives of the workshop could be several:
– Initiation of an action needed and doable in the next 12 months.
– Preparation of a panel of the 2017 eRegions Conference.
– Preparation of a prototype proposal (regions-con-2017-crossborder-prototype-form).
– Draft development of a joint project proposal as a response to one of the EU calls for projects.
Envisioned are the following panels focusing at the eSupply and eProcurement interoperability:
- Platforms (Ministries of Agriculture and Food & Associations/Chambers)
- Food Suppliers (farmers, cooperatives)
- Food Buyers (hospitals, schools, kindergartens)
- eMunicipalities (municipality mayors)
There is no workshop fee. Registration is required, however. A workshop participant covers her/his travel and accommodation costs.
Each food seller (agricultural cooperative, dairy) and each food buyer (hospital) will directly invite the partners of interest to engage in a prototype development in the period December 2016 – February 2017. The prototype is expected to be a small and simple Internet based joint e-solution (proof of concept) interested to the seller as well as to the buyer.
The meeting’s participant will inform the mayor of the respective municipality about the activities of the Inter-Municipality Initiative: Cross-border eCollaboration in the eRegions and propose her/him to join the initiative. A current list of the municipality representatives is published at http://eregion.eu/initiative/members/town-municipalities and http://eregion.eu/initiative/members/neighboring-municipalities.
Based on the invitation of Mr Milan Čadež, Mayor, Municipality of Gorenja vas – Poljane the next group meeting will be in Gorenja vas in early February 2017. Date to be defined.
The meeting’s participant will consider the organizations in the neighboring countries to be invited to the workshop in March 2017 (Austria, Croatia, Italy, Hungary).
Dr. Jože Gričar, Professor Emeritus
University of Maribor & Program Coordinator, Inter-Municipality Initiative: Cross-border eCollaboration in the eRegions
Mag. Miha Ješe, Mayor
Municipality of Škofja Loka, Slovenia & eCoordinator, Neighboring eMunicipalities Škofja Loka, Železniki, Gorenja vas – Poljane, Žiri & Coordinator, eMunicipalities Without Borders Mayors Consortium & Vice President, DOUZELAGE 28 European Town Twinning
Gabrijela Puc, Head, Food Procurement
General Hospital Dr. Franc Derganc Šempeter pri Gorici
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24.9.2013 Panel: Supply Chains of SMEs in the Danube eRegion, DeRC 2013 Program
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