Enterprise Information Systems of the Future: 6th IFIP WG by Joachim Van den Bergh, Stijn Viaene (auth.), Geert Poels

By Joachim Van den Bergh, Stijn Viaene (auth.), Geert Poels (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the complaints of the sixth overseas IFIP operating convention on examine and useful problems with company details structures (CONFENIS 2012), held in Ghent, Belgium, in the course of September 19–21, 2012. The topic of the convention used to be "enterprise info structures of the longer term –– evolving towards extra functionality via transparency and agility," mirroring the fashion towards extra open and extra versatile systems.

In all, fifty three contributions have been submitted and after a rigorous assessment strategy 10 complete papers and 15 brief papers have been chosen for book during this ebook. those 25 papers current a well-balanced combine among the normal social sciences and the radical layout technology paradigms in firm info structures learn, and so they comprise practitioner-oriented and practice-driven contributions. the themes lined fall into 3 different types: details administration in companies (e.g., company modeling or enterprise strategy management), details platforms from a administration standpoint (e.g., carrier innovation, enterprise intelligence, or determination help systems), and ERP choices and implementations (e.g., software program as a provider or ERP case studies).

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This stimulated considerable discussion among the architects. Some figures were obvious to them, that is, some of the applications indicated to be most central by the metrics were also those they had assumed to represent key applications. In fact, all 30 D. Simon and K. 81), and policy application (with a much higher CIn-D (=38) than COut-D (=13)). It was also interesting to see that the participants had assigned at least one application to each of the above properties that also showed up among those with highest CD.

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We ground our study in the work of Simon et al. [13], which offers a framework for IT LM and suggests, among other things, a set of basic dimensions for application analysis, including risk, value, and complexity. 3 Conceptual Foundation: Measures of Network Analysis Before exploring the use of NA in IT LM, we here set the conceptual foundation of our work, introducing basic concepts of NA and clarifying their meaning in our context. Rooted in graph theory, NA conceptualizes and visualizes structures that emerge from any interaction or connection as networks and allows a quantitative analysis of the network nodes’ relationships (cf.

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