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      SUDO

      Research Group Software Systems Research Group
      Resarch Environment Informatics

      Quick Facts

      Full project name

      SUstainable Digitalisation through strategic involvement with Open source projects implementing IT standards in different domains (SUDO)

      Duration

      October 2020 – September 2024

      Partners

      Combitech AB, Digitalist Sweden AB, Husqvarna AB, PrimeKey Solutions AB, RedBridge AB, Scania CV AB and University of Skövde

      Financing

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

      SUDO is a collaborative research project running over four years that addresses the urgent need to tackle new and emerging challenges related to different types of lock-in effects that impact on decision makers in companies when IT systems are developed, used, and deployed in complex application domains.

      In the context of development and procurement of software systems it is evident that the complexity in conditions for decision making concerning IT systems in companies has increased dramatically in recent years. Open source projects and open standards have demonstrated a great potential for increased business performance and technological advancement during the last decade through provision of innovative and flexible IT solutions. Further, open source projects and open standards can be utilised to avoid and mitigate different types of lock-in effects. For this reason it is important to adopt effective work practices and strategies for organisational involvement in open source projects in order to account for changing business conditions.

      The overarching goal of the SUDO project is to investigate and develop effective work practices for strategic engagement with open source software projects implementing IT standards.

      Project Leader

      Professor of Computer Science

      Participating Researchers

      Published: 11/9/2020
      Edited: 11/9/2020
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