During the 19 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: Smart Business Ecosystems
No business is an island and competition is increasingly taking place between business networks and no longer between individual companies. Information technology has been an important enabler with systems for enterprise resource planning, business intelligence or business process management. Driven by new internet-based technologies, such as cloud, mobile, social and ubiquitous computing as well as analytics and big data, so-called smart infrastructures are emerging. From the business side, they are conducive to new, more dynamic relationships between companies, suppliers and customers, which have referred to as ecosystems. Resources are crowdsourced as services via platforms that yield new business knowledge and business processes. A variety of aspects is relevant for designing and understanding smart business ecosystems. They reach from new business models, value chains and processes to all aspects of analytical, social and enterprise applications and platforms as well as cyber-physical infrastructures.
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.
Selected best papers from the proceedings will be recommended to Electronic Markets – The International Journal on Networked Business (New 2016 Impact Factor 1.404).
The post-proceedings of BIS 2016 workshops are planned to be published as a volume number 263 by Springer-Verlag in Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP) series by Springer-Verlag.
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.
- Information Systems Institute, Leipzig University, Leipzig, Germany
- Leipzig University, Leipzig, Germany
- Department of Information Systems, Poznan University of Economics and Business, Poznan, Poland
- Poznan University of Economics and Business, Poznan, Poland
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