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Re-conceptualizing Enterprise Information Systems
Charles Møller, Sohail Chaudhry (Eds.)
Front Matter

Keynotes and Workshops on EIS


Design of Enterprise Information Systems: Roots, Nature and New Approaches
Jens Riis
1-28
Using Empirical Foundations for Designing EIS Solutions
Robert Winter
29-44
A Workshop about the Future of Enterprise Information Systems
Per Svejvig, Charles Møller
45-57

Conceptualizing EIS


Different Instrumental Methods Which Can Be Used in New EIS: Theory and Practical Approach
Roman Veynberg, Victor Romanov
58-63
A Combined Method for Evaluating Criteria When Selecting ERP Systems
David Olson, Björn Johansson, Rogério Carvalho
64-74
Deployment of Open Source ERPs: What Knowledge Does It Require?
Björn Johansson, Vadim Koroliov
75-91

Emerging Topics in EIS


Towards the Development of Large-Scale Data Warehouse Application Frameworks
Duong Anh Hoang, Hieu Tran, Binh Nguyen, A Tjoa
92-104
Adaptive EIS with Business Rules Discovered by Formal Concept Analysis
Victor Romanov, Alina Poluektova, Olga Sergienko
105-117
Enterprise Information Systems Security: A Conceptual Framework
Peggy Chaudhry, Sohail Chaudhry, Ronald Reese, Darryl Jones
118-128

EIS as a Service


Implications of ERP as Service
Gustaf Juell-Skielse, Håkan Enquist
129-151
ERP Software as Service (SaaS): Factors Affecting Adoption in South Africa
Motheo Lechesa, Lisa Seymour, Joachim Schuler
152-167
Process Support of Business and IT Management in Czech Companies
Renáta Kunstová
168-181

New Perspectives on EIS


Towards Diversity in ERP Education – The Example of an ERP Curriculum
Christian Leyh, Susanne Strahringer, Axel Winkelmann
182-200
Effects of Enterprise Technology on Supply Chain Collaboration and Performance
Ling Li
201-210
Changing Foundations for Global Business Systems
Dmitrij Slepniov, Brian Wæhrens, Ebbe Gubi
211-222

 

 


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