CENTERIS - Conference on ENTERprise Information Systems


The conference intends to attract original, pertinent and relevant contributions on the technological, organizational and social dimensions of the largely multidisciplinary field of Enterprise Information Systems, which includes, among others, ERP, CRM, eMarketplaces and extended ERP.

Recommended topics include (but are not limited to) the following.

1. The technological dimension, addressing:

  • Enterprise information systems design, application and implementation;
  • In-house development, off-the-shelf solutions and open source solutions;
  • Competitiveness and market share among solution providers;
  • Market of services;
  • IT (out)sourcing;
  • Reliability, maintenance and dependency on solution and services suppliers;
  • Parameterization and flexible adaptation;
  • Information systems integration;
  • ERP integration of functions and virtual/extended/networked enterprises;
  • EIS subsystems (CRM, SCM, etc.);
  • Global and regional realities of EIS adoption;
  • EIS in large companies;
  • EIS in SMEs;
  • EIS in micro enterprises;
  • e-Business and e-Commerce;
  • Electronic Marketplace solutions;
  • Enterprise portals;
  • Enterprise 2.0;
  • Emerging technologies;
  • Management of legacy systems.

2. The organizational aspects, including:

  • Strategic use of EIS;
  • Enterprise and IS architecture design, modeling and integration;
  • Business Process Modeling;
  • IT/IS Management;
  • Collaboration and networked and virtual organizations;
  • The impact of new technology on the organization;
  • Management of change;
  • Problems of information sharing and migration of processes;
  • Information systems for sustainable economy.

3. The social aspects, covering:

  • Ethical issues of EIS;
  • IT human resources;
  • Trust and confidence in new technology;
  • The resistance to change;
  • Training.

  • Publications

    Authors of selected papers will be invited to extend their papers for publication in international journals and in edited books.

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