Process Models For Service-Based Applications A Systematic Literature Review

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Effective implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs) remains a significant challenge.

There are numerous frameworks, models, and theories that identify key factors, and sometimes processes, to facilitate EBP implementation [4,5,6].

Such implementation frameworks are commonly used to help select and structure research questions, methods, strategies, measures, and results.

Finally, our SLR showed that the measures of success for small and medium Web companies included development team and client satisfaction, increase in productivity, compliance with standards and overall operational excellence.

The results of this review showed that very few studies have specifically focused on SPI for Web companies, despite the large number of existing Web companies worldwide, and the even larger number of Web applications being currently developed.

All included projects were conducted in public sector settings.

The majority of projects (73%) investigated the implementation of a specific EBP.Data extraction included the objective, language, country, setting, sector, EBP, study design, methodology, level(s) of data collection, unit(s) of analysis, use of EPIS (i.e., purpose), implementation factors and processes, EPIS stages, implementation strategy, implementation outcomes, and overall depth of EPIS use (rated on a 1–5 scale).In total, 762 full-text articles were screened by four reviewers, resulting in inclusion of 67 articles, representing 49 unique research projects.For further information, including about cookie settings, please read our Cookie Policy .By continuing to use this site, you consent to the use of cookies.Four papers applied SPI techniques or models to Web companies, and our results showed that none suggested any customized model or technique to measure the SPI of Web companies.The SLR also revealed the characteristics of some small and medium companies and suggested that they have tight budget constraints, tight deadlines and a short term strategy.Effective implementation of evidence-based interventions, treatments, or innovations (hereafter referred to as evidence-based practices [EBPs]) to address complex and widespread public health issues remains a significant challenge.Our ability to effectively implement an EBP is as important as treatment effectiveness because failed implementation efforts are often the underlying reason for lack of EBP effectiveness or impact in health and social care systems and organizations [1,2,3].While an increasing number of studies use implementation frameworks, the ways in which these frameworks are used or operationalized is not well described and their theoretical and practical utility are often left unexamined [7].The present study is a systematic review of one highly cited and widely used implementation framework, the Exploration, Preparation, Implementation, Sustainment (EPIS) framework [8].

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