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      Lock-in, Interoperability & long-term Maintenance in IT

      Research Group Software Systems Research Group
      Resarch Environment Informatics

      Quick Facts

      Full project name

      LIM-IT: Lock-in, Interoperability & long-term Maintenance in IT.

      Duration

      October 2016 – September 2020

      Partners

      Combitech AB, Findwise AB, Husqvarna AB, JAK, PrimeKey Solutions AB, RedBridge AB, Saab AB – ICT, Scania IT AB och Högskolan i Skövde.

      Financing

      The Knowledge Foundation (KK-stiftelsen) and partners in collaboration.

      The LIM-IT project is a collaborative research project running over four years, which involves Combitech AB, Findwise AB, Husqvarna AB, JAK, PrimeKey Solutions AB, RedBridge AB, Saab AB – ICT, Scania IT AB and University of Skövde as project partners. The project is financially supported by the Knowledge Foundation.

      Three fundamental challenges related to different types of lock-in effects, different interoperability issues, and long-term maintenance scenarios are addressed by the project.

      Goal of LIM-IT

      The overarching goal of  LIM-IT is to develop, use, and scrutinise effective work practices and strategies for development, procurement, and organisational implementation of software systems in a number of complex application domains, where such software systems with associated digital assets typically involve several open source projects (as well as proprietary software), often depending on many different legacy systems.

      Sitting from left to right:  Björn Lundell (University of Skövde), Jonas Feist (RedBridge AB), Stefan Tengblad (University of Skövde), Jonas Gamalielsson (University of Skövde), Gert Johansson (Combitech AB), Krister Johannesson (University of Skövde). Standing from left to right: Erik Lönroth (Scania IT AB), Tomas Gustavsson (PrimeKey Solutions AB), Elin Andersson (Saab AB – ICT), Niklas Rickö (JAK), Johan Sjöberg (Findwise AB), Bahram Hooshyar Yousefi (University of Skövde), Thomas Fischer (University of Skövde), Anders Mattsson (Husqvarna AB), Bengt Rodung (Findwise AB), Conny Backlund (Combitech AB), Johan Oppmark (JAK).

      Participating Researchers

      Photo of Stefan Tengblad
      Stefan Tengblad
      Professor of Business Administration
      Published: 1/10/2020
      Edited: 1/10/2020
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