During the 18 years of the BIS conference history, it grew as well renowned event of the scientific community. Every year it joins international researchers for scientific discussions on the development, implementation and application of business information systems, based on innovative ideas and computational intelligence methods. The conference addresses a wide scientific community and experts involved in the development of business computing applications.
Conference theme: Making Big Data Smarter
For the past years, we have been observing an increasing interest in Big Data, accompanied by development of new, more efficient data analysis methods. Big Data is now a fairly mature concept, recognized and widely used by both research and industry. They work on developing more adequate and efficient tools for data processing and analysing, making Big Data – Smart Data.
Possibilities that emerge from Smart Data are unlimited, but one will not be able to take advantage of it without appropriate technologies, applications, methods, and business processes. Thus, Smart Data links many fields of computer science and information systems together.
The BIS conference is a well-respected event joining international researchers to discuss the wide range of the development, implementation, application and improvement of business applications and systems. It is addressed to the scientific community, people involved in the development of business computer applications,consultants helping to properly implement computer technology and applications in the industry.
BIS 2015 proceedings are published as a volume number 208 in Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing series by Springer Verlag.
BIS 2015 workshops proceedings are published as a volume number 228 in Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing series by Springer Verlag.
BIS 2014 proceedings containing conference papers were published as a volume number 176 in Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing series by Springer Verlag.
BIS 2014 workshops proceedings were published as a volume number 183 in Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing series by Springer Verlag.
- Department of Information Systems, Poznan University of Economics, Poznan, Poland
- Poznan University of Economics, Poznan, Poland
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