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1039CFP: Enterprise Information Systems (CONFENIS2014), 4-6 December, 2014, Hanoi, Vietnam

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  • Ismail Khalil
    Jun 16, 2014
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      C A L L F O R P A P E R S

      The 8th IFIP International Conference on Research and Practical Issues of
      Enterprise Information Systems
      (CONFENIS 2014)

      *********** Enterprise Information systems of the future ****************
      evolving towards more performance through transparency, agility and sustainability support.

      4 - 6 December 2014
      Hanoi, Vietnam

      email: confenis2014@...

      **** In Conjunction with *****
      - The 16th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services (iiWAS2014)
      - The 5th Symposium on Information and Communication Technology (SoICT 2014)

      **** Important Dates *****
      15 August 2014 : Submission deadline
      22 September 2014: Acceptance Notification
      10 October 2014: Camera-Ready deadline and Authors Registration
      04-06 December 2014: Conference Dates

      ***** Publication *****
      The proceedings of the conference will be published by ACM Digital Library and indexed appropriately in all major indexes. All submitted papers should be original and not published elsewhere or intended to be published during the review period. Papers should be prepared in ACM style and should not exceed 10 pages. The papers will undergo a blind peer-review process by at least three program committee members of the conference and qualified peer-reviewers based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition. Papers should be submitted through the EasyChair review system via the following URL:

      **** Scope *****
      Enterprise information systems (EIS) are large-scale modular software systems, such as ERP, that support and integrate process information flows, information reporting and business analytics within and between complex organizations. They provide a technology platform that enables organizations to integrate their information assets and coordinate their business processes. As the central nervous system of the organization, they ensure that information can be shared across all functional departments and managerial levels. EIS are invaluable because they eliminate the problem of information fragmentation caused by multiple information systems in an organization.
      The CONFENIS series of conferences of IFIP Working Group “Enterprise Information Systems” offers an annual opportunity to EIS researchers and practitioners to present recent research or application experiences, to provide feedback to peers, to set out the vision for future research and developments in the field, and to create or confirm long-lasting and fruitful collaborations. This year, CONFENIS 2014 conference will be held in conjunction with the 16th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services (iiWAS2014).

      ***** Topics *****
      Topics of interest of the CONFENIS 2014 include, but are not limited to:
      1. Enterprise Information System and implementation projects trends
      - EIS new concepts, technology, and applications
      - ERP and cloud computing (cloud ERP)
      - ERP and open source
      - EIS classifications and typologies
      - Design of EIS: approaches to variability, adaptability and flexibility
      - Integration and interoperability of enterprise systems
      - Enterprise modelling, ontology, architecture, and engineering
      - Business process management and service-oriented architecture for enterprise systems
      - Business intelligence and analytics for enterprise systems
      2. Enterprise Information System (EIS) innovation
      - New platforms for EIS: Web-based EIS, cloud computing for enterprise systems, platform/infrastructure as a service
      - EIS and social media: integration of social media software in EIS, sense-making of enterprise information via social media
      - EIS and more specifically ERP in SME’s and start-ups: needs, thresholds, lessons learned, opportunities and visionary trends
      - EIS in social profit organisations, in healthcare, in other economic domains: media, accounting...
      - Sustainability support in EIS – green ICT and lean ICT in EIS
      - Open Data - Open Data for Business and Enterprise, Open Data Best Practices and Key Success Factors, Barriers and Opportunities for Open Data, Value and Economic Aspects of Open Data, Linked Data in Government and Enterprise
      - Cloud ERP systems - EA for cloud environments, Cloud adoptions challenges, Innovative cloud-based solutions, Cloud security and Cloud databases
      - New EIS delivery and commercial models, e.g., Software as a Service (SaaS), software on demand, from proprietary to open source in enterprise system packages
      3. IT governance and EIS in public and private organizations
      - IT Governance and IT management methods and tools, their customization for different types of enterprises
      - Enterprise architecture
      - Trust, security and privacy issues in EIS, compliance issues, risk management, value delivery, alignment of business and enterprise systems
      - Quality assurance of enterprise systems and enterprise information, Disaster Management
      4. Market trends and business value of EIS
      - Opportunities, and future strategies for EIS software vendors, integrators and implementers
      - Making sense of EIS: application of theories used in organization studies and the social sciences
      - Behavioural and social studies of the impact of EIS on individuals, teams, and organizations
      - Economic studies of EIS: benefits, costs and risks, productivity studies, impact on organizational performance
      - The art of researching EIS: research methodologies and paradigms
      - EIS & marketing: role of EIS in modern marketing, customer aware EIS
      - EIS best practices and use cases
      - Acquiring, implementing and managing EIS: approaches, experiences, lessons learned
      - Success of EIS: satisfaction, acceptance, adoption

      **** Submission Guidelines ****
      Your paper should be formatted according to the ACM guidelines (http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates). Authors using Latex need to choose the LateX2e Tighter Alternate style. As all submissions will be double-blind reviewed, the author names(s) and affiliation(s) should not be included anywhere in the document for the initial submission. As it places a significant administrative burden on the conference organisers to ensure that your paper does not identify you as an author, and as this is central to the integrity of the double-blind review process, then failure to comply with these formatting requirements will result in rejection of your paper.
      The page limit for submitted papers (as well as for final, camera-ready papers) depends on the type of submission:
      - Regular research papers: 10 pages
      - Short position papers: 4 pages

      **** Journals Special Issues ****
      Distinguished papers, after further revisions, will be considered for publication in special issues of international journals

      **** Submission ****

      **** PC Members *****

      *** Contact *****
      A Min Tjoa, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
      Ismal Khalil, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria