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Enterprise Systems and Business Process Management
Track Co-chairs:

Cecil Eng Huang CHUA, University of Auckland, aeh.chua@auckland.ac.nz

Yuan SUN, Zhejiang Gongshang University, zorrnsun@163.com

Harminder SINGH, Auckland University of Technology, hsingh@aut.ac.nz


Description and Topics of Interest:

To compete in this highly competitive marketplace, organizations have to strengthen their core competencies. Part of such strengthening includes selecting, designing, and implementing the right enterprise systems (ES) and incorporating good business processes. Most costly IT innovation investments, especially ES, often play a critical role in supporting or changing these business processes. Despite decades of research in the last two decades, organisations are still struggling to manage issues relating to business process change and enterprise system implementation. Such issues include cloud ERP computing, web services (e.g., web 2.0), social media (e.g., enterprise social media), managing high-performance analytics applications (e.g., SAP HANA) and improving the ES user experience. The field needs novel and forward looking papers which propose and critically evaluate new ways of thinking about business processes, system development, and enterprise architecture.

 

Our track welcomes quality submissions that inform novel conceptualisations and applications of business process management and enterprise systems. Such work can analyse these topics across a wide range of methodological and theoretical perspectives, including but not limited to operations research, design science, quantitative, qualitative, or economic perspectives.


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
New frontiers in enterprise systems project management and outsourcing
Issues and new frontiers in business process management
Enterprise systems as platforms for development and growth
The implications of mobile devices and applications on enterprise systems advancement
g data analytics and enterprise systems
Social media and enterprise systems
Case studies of novel applications of enterprise systems
Business process change management
Designs of new business processes and their implementation in organizations (e.g., action research)
Software and systems for specifying business processes
The relationship between specific business processes and organizational performance
Reconciling business processes across client and vendors

Associate Editors (in alphabetical order)

Adrian Yeow, Singapore University of Social Sciences
Amit Das, University of Qatar
Angsana Techatassanasoontorn , Auckland University of Technology
Antonio Diaz Andradé, Auckland University of Technology
Eun-Ju Jung, George Mason University
Gary Klein, University of Colorado
Gloria Liu, National Central University
Jeff Baker, American University of Sharjah
Kangkang Qi, Missouri State University
Mianzhen Pan, Zhejiang Gongshang University
Muller Cheung, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Roger Chiang, University of Cincinnati
Samar Mouakket, University of Sharjah
Sarah Sabbaghan, University of Auckland
Satish Krishnan, Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Kozhikode
Shui-Qing Yang, Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics