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Editor-in-Chief: Martin Bichler

ISSN: 0937-6429 (gedruckte Version)
ISSN: 1861-8936 (elektronische Version)

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    WI – WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK – ist das Kommunikations-, Präsentations- und Diskussionsforum für alle Wirtschaftsinformatiker im deutschsprachigen Raum. Über 30 Herausgeber garantieren das hohe redaktionelle Niveau und den praktischen Nutzen für den Leser.

    BISE – BUSINESS & INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING – ist seit 2010 das englische Pendant von WI – WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK und somit die optimale Ergänzung der deutschprachigen Ausgabe für unsere internationale Leserschaft.

    BISE – BUSINESS & INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING steht weltweit über unsere Distributionskanäle als E-Magazin zur Verfügung.


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