17 responses to “VRM: The user as point of integration”

  1. Subjectivity » Is Identity Science or Politics?

    [...] post that appeared today, written by Joe Andrieu and which I discovered via Drummond Reed, helps to [...]

  2. Subjectivity » One Ring or a Hundred Flowers?

    [...] breakthrough? Yes. Or is it simply politics by other means? Yes. Is identity a better way to engineer efficient, robust systems? Yes. Or is it sabotage? Yes. The revolution will not be [...]

  3. joeandrieu.com » Blog Archive » VRM and Personal Datastores

    [...] my previous post on VRM’s Personal Datastores, I discussed how we can decentralize information services by [...]

  4. joeandrieu.com » Blog Archive » Netflix going VRM

    [...] Personal Datastores are “owned” by the individual, there is no reason they can’t be [...]

  5. joeandrieu.com » Blog Archive » The hard stuff - VRM Use Cases

    [...] eventually emails or letters to those friends we want to inform. It is structurally ideal for the user as the point of integration, since ultimately only the user knows for sure when and where they are [...]

  6. joeandrieu.com » Blog Archive » The user is the platform of the future… Doc Searls @ LeWeb3

    [...] I love Doc Searls. Few people inspire the future as well as Doc, especially when he is on a tear. Here’s a delightful short (<5 min) romp in an interview at LeWeb3 in Paris about the future of the web and the critical importance of making user-centric open systems the core of a ubiquitously connected future. (Think VRM and The User As the Point of Integration) [...]

  7. In a User Centric Web I get to control my data « Alexander van Elsas’s Weblog on new media & technologies and their effect on social behavior

    [...] words, a federation isn’t a User Centric Web. Doc Searl points me to this excellent post by Joe Andrieu. Read his post, its really good. A quote that says it all from Joe is: When we put the user at the [...]

  8. Doc Searls: patient as platform and “point of integration” | e-Patients.net

    [...] and institutional systems.” What does he mean by “platform”? Doc mention’s Joe Andrieu’s post about VRM (vendor relationship management) describing the user as the point of integration: [...]

  9. Tim O’Reilly nails the definition for web 2.0. Can we move on please! « Alexander van Elsas’s Weblog on new media & technologies and their effect on social behavior

    [...] other words, a federation isn’t a User Centric Web. Doc Searl points me to this excellent post by Joe Andrieu. Read his post, its really good. A quote that says it all from Joe [...]

  10. ProjectVRM Blog » Intention Economy Traction

    [...] With his Laws of VRM post, Chris Carfi helps scaffold the concept of VRM with the customer (or, in non-commercial settings, the individual) at the center — as the point of integration, an observation first made by Joe Andrieu. [...]

  11. Intention Economy Traction « LocalLab : Foire aux Infos

    [...] With his Laws of VRM post, Chris Carfi helps scaffold the concept of VRM with the customer (or, in non-commercial settings, the individual) at the center — as the point of integration, an observation first made by Joe Andrieu. [...]

  12. Beyond Data Ownership to Information Sharing

    [...] we collect all of our information into a single conceptual repository, and then share access to it with service providers on our own terms, we create a high quality, [...]

  13. In Context » App, agent and PDS

    [...] (a) Descriptions of: Joe Andrieu, Joe again, Iain Henderson. Code: Higgins 2.0 [...]

  14. Kynetx takes on Structured Browsing

    [...] individual and the flexibility of open systems—is perhaps the greatest opportunity for VRM. The personal data store and VRM relationship services are two prongs of an architectural shift for enabling this [...]

  15. Credit Industry needs new integration paradigm… think VRM and Personal Data Stores

    [...] by the additional demands. However, if the data stores were completely distributed based on the user, rather than the retailer, we could not only remove the liability from the retailer, we could turn [...]

  16. Google and Microsoft and Personal Health Records

    [...] people control over their Personal Health Records and how (and which) Vendors gets access. Think Personal Data  Stores as applied to health [...]

  17. A sense of bewronging | Customer Commons

    [...] maturity for me to contemplate using them. Thus I am not yet what Joe Andrieu calls the point of integration for my own data. In fact I can’t be, because most of the data in these “social networks” is [...]

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