Description : This book contains the refereed proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Business Information Systems, BIS 2008, held in Innsbruck, Austria, in May 2008. The 41 revised full papers were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The contributions cover research trends as well as current achievements and cutting edge developments in the area of modern business information systems. They are grouped in sections on business process management, service discovery and composition, ontologies, information retrieval, enterprise resource planning, interoperability, mobility and contexts, wikis and folksonomies, and rules and semantic queries.
Description : Analyzing Business Information Systems provides a comprehensive object-oriented domain analysis of business information systems. It develops generic object-oriented platforms for business data processing and management information systems; business processes and group work support systems (office automation systems); and business support systems. And it identifies a wide range of basic business object classes and sub-classes. In so doing, it provides business systems analysts, designers, and programmers with a solid, object-oriented framework within which to work together.
Description : The material collected in this book covers a broad range of applications of computer science methods and algorithms in business practice. It presents cutting edge research in development, implementation, and improvement of computer systems. The computer science and information systems topics covered include data warehouses, ERP, XML, ontologies, rule languages, software engineering and Business Process Management.
Description : After describing the functions of the PC and the role of computers in local and global networks, the authors explain the fundamentals of data management, as well as the support of firms' functions and processes through information processing. The concepts utilized are deployed in a multitude of modern and integrated application systems in manufacturing and service industries. These application examples make up the core of the book. Many application examples illustrate the methodologies addressed.
Description : Business Information Systems provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to information systems and their application in organisations. Essential elements: • Business-focused – concise but comprehensive coverage of the core material for business students • Grounded in theory – provides a strong foundation in the subject • Coherent and integrated – builds concepts systematically, showing the connections between subjects and leading to a more sophisticated understanding of how different areas interrelate • Fully up-to-date – with the latest developments and cutting edge ideas from the field • Practical – demonstrates the application of theory to real-world situations through over 30 specially-written case studies with global appeal plus new online 'Careers in IS' videos • Supported – by a vast array of quality resources online at www.palgrave.com/business/beynon-daviesbis2e Brand new key features for this second edition: • Online 'Careers in IS' videos with integrated exercises in the book, easily accessible via a QR code, and featuring leading practitioners in the public and private sectors. These include the CTO of the BBC and the Deputy Head of e-Commerce at Schuh.co.uk talking about why technology is central to business operations, and providing valuable career guidance. • New sections throughout including cloud computing, mobile eCommerce, eGovernment and green ICT • Content aligned with IS2010 model curricula and capability outcomes and AACSB and AMBA requirements. • Nine new UK and international cases including 'The Arab Spring and Social Media', 'Off-shoring in Bangalore' and 'The Indian Identity Number'. Business Information Systems links with 15 cases from the Journal of Information Technology and the Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases with easy online access.
Description : This handbook covers the vast field of business information systems, focusing particularly on developing information systems to capture and integrate information technology together with the people and their businesses. Part I of the book, "Health Care Information Systems," focuses on providing global leadership for the optimal use of health care information technology (IT). It provides knowledge about the best use of information systems for the betterment of health care services. Part II, "Business Process Information Systems," extends the previous theory in the area of process development by recognizing that improvements in intra-organizational business processes need to be complemented by corresponding improvements in inter-organizational processes. Part III deals with "Industrial Data and Management Systems" and captures the main challenges faced by the industry, such as the changes in the operations paradigm of manufacturing and service organizations. Finally, Part IV, "Evaluation of Business Information Systems," discusses the empirical investigation into the adoption of systems development methodologies and the security pattern of the business systems along with the mathematical models.
Description : This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the four workshops that were organized in conjunction with the International Conference on Business Information Systems, BIS 2012, which took place in Vilnius, Lithuania, May 21-23, 2012. In addition, the papers from the Future Internet Symposium, which was organized in conjunction with BIS 2012, are also included. BIS workshops give researchers the opportunity to share their preliminary ideas and first experimental results, and discuss research hypotheses with a highly focused audience. The 24 papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 63 submissions and were revised and extended after the event. The workshop topics covered applications and economics of knowledge-based technologies (AKTB), business and IT alignment (BITA), enterprise systems for higher education (ESHE), and formal semantics for future enterprises (FSFE). In addition, one invited paper from BITA is also included in this volume.
Description : Business Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications offers a complete view of current business information systems within organizations and the advancements that technology has provided to the business community. This four-volume reference uncovers how technological advancements have revolutionized financial transactions, management infrastructure, and knowledge workers.
Description : Business Information Systems, Concepts and Examples.ISBN: 0952795639 Year: 1998 This book aims to fill a gap in the current business and tutorial literature. It has been designed for the business individual, for the student and the computer professional who need a detailed overview of business information systems. It explores computing in general, the structured development of systems using processes and data analysis; object oriented and other methods. It includes the project planning and testing procedures for the Millennium thread.