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ECIS
2003
9 years 7 months ago
A product-based information management approach
The paper presents a product-based information management approach that promises a more efficient and effective delivery of IT services. Within a product-based information managem...
Rüdiger Zarnekow, Walter Brenner
ECIS
2003
9 years 7 months ago
Internet enabled supply chain integration for SMEs
Electronic business has a strong influence on the relationships between partners within supply chains. Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) need an affordable, integrated set...
Michal Zaremba, Brian Wall, Jim Browne, Szymon Zal...
ECIS
2003
9 years 7 months ago
Towards a language/action theoretic approach to relationship analysis
Relationship analysis aims at supporting the eliciting and documenting of potential relationship structures of an application domain by providing analysts with a systematic techni...
Fahri Yetim, Michael P. Bieber
ECIS
2003
9 years 7 months ago
An architecture model for supporting application integration decisions
For a successful information systems architecture management, reference models and decision rules must be provided. In this paper, an architecture model and design rules are propo...
Robert Winter
ECIS
2003
9 years 7 months ago
Towards an interdisciplinary theory of networks
Research problems in ICT networks often comprise coordination problems of information infrastructures and require state-of-the-art methods of coping with complex system dynamics. ...
Tim Weitzel, Oliver Wendt, Wolfgang König
ECIS
2003
9 years 7 months ago
Service and commodity based electronic intermediaries: a comparative analysis
The theoretical literature concerning supply chain intermediation is surveyed to develop a framework of five intermediary states. Data collected on 134 electronic intermediaries a...
Jonathan Wareham, Karlene Cousins, Rich Klein
ECIS
2003
9 years 7 months ago
An empirical investigation of intelligent agents for e-business customer relationship management: a knowledge management perspec
: Using a knowledge management perspective, this paper investigates new and efficient ways of applying intelligent agents to e-business customer relationship management. Intelligen...
Weiquan Wang, Izak Benbasat
ECIS
2003
9 years 7 months ago
User involvement in development of web based publishing
The theme of this paper is development of Web applications used by an organization to publish information to groups of users outside the organization. The paper focus on the chall...
Lasse Vogelsang
ECIS
2003
9 years 7 months ago
Examining e-business models: applying a holistic approach in the mobile environment
The benefits of living in a fast changing information society become evident if effective ebusiness practices are implemented, offering companies exposure and access to global mar...
Konstantina Vasilopoulou, Polyxeni Ziouvelou, Adam...
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