[AISWorld] CFP - AMCIS 2014 Minitrack: Use and functions of enterprise systems in changing environments

ngronau at wi.uni-potsdam.de ngronau at wi.uni-potsdam.de
Mon Feb 3 08:49:00 EST 2014


20th Americas Conference on Information Systems, Savannah, Georgia, August 
07-10, 2014
Track: Enterprise systems (SIGEntSys)
Minitrack: Use and functions of enterprise systems in changing 


Norbert Gronau, University of Potsdam 
Mary Sumner, University of Illinois


Enterprise systems have evolved from large monolithic systems installed on 
premise towards fragmented systems. Any aspect of an enterprise system is 
delivered: functions, processes, data, hardware and infrastructure. A 
paradigm shift took place: the functionality of enterprise systems has 
become available as software-as-a-service (SaaS), provided on-demand to 
clients via the Internet. Part of this paradigm shift is an increase 
degree of provided functionality. In addition, enterprise systems-related 
solutions such as SCM, SRM and CRM have been integrated, embedded or 
closely coupled with on-demand services. Mobile access via smartphones and 
tablets also affects enterprise systems. This track focuses on the whole 
area of enterprise systems like ERP, CRM, SCM or MIS. 

Submissions are welcome on the following topics, but are not limited to:

• On-demand enterprise systems
• Service-oriented architecture (SOA) and other architectural approaches 
for enterprise systems
• Enterprise systems-as-a-service, i.e. software-as-a-service (SaaS) 
• Impact of the "Internet of things" and „Cyber-physical systems“ on the 
future enterprise systems
• Integration of legacy applications in enterprise systems with 
state-of-the-art components
• Mobile enterprise systems and related areas (e.g. mobile SCM, mobile 
CRM, mobile SRM)
• Integration of collaboration and social networking technologies within 
enterprise systems
• Social business process modeling tools that help in modeling enterprise 
systems processes
• Big data and business analytics through enterprise systems


The mini-track is endorsed by the Special Interest Group for enterprise 
systems (SIGENTSYS) of the AIS. The Journal AIS Transactions on Enterprise 
Systems is the sponsoring journal of the track. The Journal will invite 
successful submissions for a special edition. Full research papers, 
research in progress papers and prototypes are welcome.

Full paper submissions must be made electronically through AMCIS 2014 
Manuscript Submission Site.  Papers will be peer reviewed using a 
double-blind system.


March 1, 2014:           Submissions Due
April 4, 2014:              Author Notification of Acceptance
April 18, 2014:            Author Revisions Due
April 25, 2014:            Camera-Ready Copy Due

More information is available at http://amcis2014.aisnet.org/ or by 
contacting the minitrack co-chairs.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Gronau
University of Potsdam
Chair for Business Information Systems and Electronic Government 
Tel: +49-331- 977-3379
Email: ngronau at wi.uni-potsdam.de

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