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Business Information Systems

Business Information Systems

Series Editors: Abramowicz, W., Buhl, H.U., Franczyk, B., Frank, U.

Currently, virtually every organization is using business information systems integrating information technology, business processes, and people. With the advent of new technologies and new business opportunities that arise (e.g. electronic markets), designing and developing information systems that would be in line with the long term strategy of companies and that would efficiently support their core business processes, becomes even a more complex and difficult task. In addition, business information systems in modern companies need to evolve and adapt to changes occurring both inside as well as outside an organization. Therefore, a broad range of issues such as new business requirements (including societal and legal aspects), new market mechanisms and business models, as well as new paradigms and system architectures, need to be considered.
The “Springer Series on Business Information Systems” targets high quality research monographs, texts and contributed books covering the vast field of business information processing and applications in various domains. It focuses particularly on fostering the exchange on theoretical and practical aspects of the design and development, implementation and application of business information systems, based on innovative concepts. The book series is not only aimed at researchers and students, but also at information system professionals in industry, commerce, and public administration, who are interested in new ideas on business information systems. Thus, with this series we establish a unique platform for design scienceoriented research and the technology and economically oriented scientific community, trying to bridge the gap between theoretical foundations and real world requirements.