HICSS 2023 CFP - Enterprise-Level Information Systems Research Minitrack with AIS-TES fast-track option


Papers accepted for presentation at HICSS in the minitrack with the potential to shape the future role of enterprise systems will be considered for fast-track submission to the AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems Journal. 

Minitrack Co-chairs:

Benedict Bender (Primary Contact)
University of Potsdam

Norbert Gronau
University of Potsdam

Robert Winter
University of St. Gallen

This minitrack aims not only to discuss the future role of ES and other enterprise-wide IS research fields, but also explore synergy potentials and conceptual differences. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Design and Management of Enterprise-wide Systems
  • Reference Models for Enterprise-wide Systems and Processes
  • Industry-specific adoption of Enterprise-wide systems
  • Approaches for Enterprise Application Integration
  • Enterprise Architecture Management
  • Enterprise-wide and cross-enterprise coordination (e.g., design principles, data standards, governance in digital platform-based business networks)
  • Interoperability of Enterprise-wide systems with the firm and along the supply-chain
  • The role of Enterprise-wide systems to support decisions (Data-driven decisions)
  • Decision Support for managerial decision-making on Enterprise-wide systems (e.g., Cloud vs. On-Premises vs. Hybrid)
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Enterprise-wide systems (Sales, Procurement, Logistics, Financial Accounting, Master Data Management)
  • Enterprise-wide Systems as Platforms: Openness of systems, new level of modularity of Enterprise-wide systems (Extensions)
  • Processes and Workflows in Enterprise-wide systems (Workflow Management Systems as part of Enterprise-wide systems)
  • Database Approaches in Enterprise-wide systems

Submissions may include, but are not limited to research papers (conceptual, theoretical, and empirical studies), as well as case studies, and best practices with managerial guidance. Both explanatory/descriptive and design research studies are invited.