Enterprise Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications

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Information Resources Management Association
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2011 - Computers - 2012 pages
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The continual development and refinement of enterprise information systems is essential for organizational advancement. Enterprise Information Systems Design, Implementation and Management: Organizational Applications investigates the creation and implementation of enterprise information systems. Covering a wide array of topics such as flow-shop scheduling, information systems outsourcing, ERP systems utilization, Dietz transaction methodology, and advanced planning systems, it is an essential reference source for researchers and professionals alike.
  

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Contents

Designing and Building EnterpriseInformation Systems
1
Evolution of EnterpriseResource Planning
21
Exploring EnterpriseInformation Systems
35
Enterprise Systems in Smalland MediumSized Enterprises
53
A Conceptual Framework forDeveloping and Evaluating ERPImplementation Strategies inMultinational Organizations
68
Integrated Research andTraining in EnterpriseInformation Systems
86
Free and Open SourceEnterprise Resources Planning
99
Challenges and Strategies
112
Consistency and Modularityin Mediated ServiceBasedData Integration Solutions
997
Data Warehouse and BusinessIntelligence Systems inthe Context of EHRM
1013
Implementation of ERP inHuman Resource Management
1021
A Study of InformationRequirement DeterminationProcess of an ExecutiveInformation System
1030
Towards Identifying theMost Important Attributesof ERP Implementations
1039
Challenges and Solutionsfor Complex BusinessProcess Management
1060
MultipleStep Backtrackingof Exception Handlingin Autonomous BusinessProcess Management
1081
A ResourceBased Perspectiveon Information TechnologyKnowledge Managementand Firm Performance
1099

Enterprise ApplicationIntegration EAI
128
An Efficient Approach for SemiAutomatic Localization ofIntegration Concepts in VLBAs
134
A LifeCycle Approach
154
From ERP to Enterprise ServiceOriented Architecture
169
Data Reengineering ofLegacy Systems
181
Semantically ModeledDatabases in IntegratedEnterprise Information Systems
189
An Overview of OntologyDriven Data Integration1
207
A Fundamental SOA Approachto Rebuilding EnterpriseArchitecture for a LocalGovernment after a Disaster
217
An Overview of ExecutiveInformation Systems
235
Transformation Technologyand Power Relations
250
A Mashup Experiment of KnowledgeOrganization in an EnterpriseEnvironment
267
Testing Guidelines forDeveloping Quality EAI Projects
279
Technology and HumanResources Managementin Health Care
292
Aligning and Integrating StrategyTechnology Organization and People
314
An Adaptive ECommerceArchitecture for EnterpriseInformation Exchange
329
A Structured Approachto Developing a BusinessCase for New EnterpriseInformation Systems
346
Extending EnterpriseArchitecture with Mobility
356
Enterprise Modelling inSupport of OrganisationDesign and Change
370
The Enterprise SystemsApproach
397
Designing Data Marts from XMLand Relational Data Sources
427
Migrating LegacyInformation Systems to WebServices Architecture
452
EIS for Consumers Classificationand Support Decision Makingin a Power Utility Database
472
An ERP Adoption Modelfor Midsize Businesses
487
Developing and CustomizingFederated ERP Systems
508
Creation of a ProcessFramework for Transitioningto a Mobile Enterprise
522
Development and DesignMethodologies in DWM
533
Facilitating Design of EfficientComponents by BridgingGaps Between Data Model andBusiness Process via Analysisof Service Traits of Data
544
The Utilization of SemanticWeb for IntegratingEnterprise Systems
550
Data Warehouse MaintenanceEvolution and Versioning
566
Restructuring RelationshipsChains and Networks
584
An Explorative Study ofProgressive Indian Companies
596
Transforming CompensationManagement Practicesthrough WebBasedEnterprise Technologies
617
Business Process Managementas a Critical Success Factorin EIS Implementation
625
EMarkets as MetaEnterpriseInformation Systems
638
The Case of Global B2BProcurement in Ericsson
648
Extending EnterpriseApplication IntegrationEAI With Mobile and WebServices Technologies
668
Towards a ModelCentricApproach for DevelopingEnterprise Information Systems
687
Impact of PortalTechnologies on ExecutiveInformation Systems
706
A VoiceEnabled Pervasive WebSystem with SelfOptimizationCapability for SupportingEnterprise Applications
714
Achieving System andBusiness Interoperability bySemantic Web Services
731
InHouse vs OfftheShelfeHRM Applications
752
Enterprise Resource PlanningUnder Open Source Software
776
Real Time Decision Makingand Mobile Technologies
795
Business Driven EnterpriseArchitecture and Applicationsto Support Mobile Business
805
Mobile TechnologiesExtending ERP Systems
817
Convergence in MobileInternet with ServiceOriented Architecture andIts Value to Business
823
Enterprise Specific BPMLanguages and Tools
835
Semantic Business ProcessMining of SAP Transactions
866
Mining Association Rulesfrom XML Documents
879
QoSOriented GridEnabledData Warehouses
901
EIS Systems and QualityManagement
921
A Procedure Model for a SOABasedIntegration of EnterpriseSystems
946
Size MattersEnterprise System Success inMedium and Large Organizations
958
Web Services as XML DataSources in EnterpriseInformation Integration
972
Analysis of Lead SystemIntegrator Engineering Activities
986
A Decision Support System forSelecting Secure Web Services
1113
ERP Systems Supporting LeanManufacturing in SMEs
1121
Specifying Software Modelswith Organizational Styles
1141
Mobile Strategy forEBusiness Solution
1162
Application of SoftwareMetrics in ERP Projects
1172
Optimization of EnterpriseInformation System through aUser Involvement Frameworkin Learning Organizations
1183
Authority and ItsImplementation in EnterpriseInformation Systems
1196
Enterprise SystemsControl and Drift
1209
The Impact of EnterpriseSystems on Business Value
1233
PeopleOriented EnterpriseInformation Systems
1247
A SOABased Approach toIntegrate Enterprise Systems
1265
Achieving Business Benefitsfrom ERP Systems
1279
Experiences of Cultures inGlobal ERP Implementation
1295
Effects and Strategic Perspectivesin Organizations
1318
A Comparison betweenFrench and British Firms
1327
Information Technologies asa Vital Channel for an InternalECommunication Strategy
1341
Theory and Evidence from FourDutch Governmental Cases
1349
Assessing InformationTechnology Capability vsHuman Resource InformationSystem Utilization
1370
Exploring Perceptions aboutthe use of eHRM Tools inMedium Sized Organizations
1379
Predicting the Impact of Open SourceApplications in Enterprise SoftwareMarkets
1399
A Domain Specific Strategy forComplex Dynamic Processes
1422
A Framework and Empirical Investigation
1447
Managing Temporal Data
1461
Document Content Management
1470
Identifying and ManagingStakeholders in EnterpriseInformation System Projects
1480
An Interpretive Case Study ofInformation Technology Adoption ina Loosely Coupled Organization
1496
Improving Supply ChainPerformance through theImplementation of ProcessRelated Knowledge TransferMechanisms
1513
MetaHeuristic Approach toSolve Mixed Vehicle RoutingProblem with Backhaulsin Enterprise InformationSystem of Service Industry
1537
Customer Relationship ManagementCRM Synergy Through Informationand Communication Technology ICTInfrastructure in Knowledge Economy
1553
Preparedness of Small andMediumSized Enterprisesto Use Information andCommunication Technologyas a Strategic Tool
1573
Technology and Business Challengesfor Accounting Information Systems
1593
An Interpretive Flexibility Perspective
1605
An Empirical Study
1617
Lessons Learned from theIrish Health Services
1631
An ObjectOriented AbstractionMechanism for GenericEnterprise Modeling
1646
Integrating Enterprise Systems
1657
Analyzing Diffusion and ValueCreation Dimensions of aBusiness Case of ReplacingEnterprise Systems
1663
Challenges of DataManagement in AlwaysOnEnterprise Information Systems
1695
The Case of an HRIS Implementationat Dow Chemical Company
1715
Consequences andStrategic Implications ofNetworked Enterpriseand Human Resources
1730
A Devils Advocate Workshop
1738
Feral Systems and Other FactorsInfluencing the Success ofGlobal ERP Implementations
1748
Insights from Portuguese Companies
1769
NextGenerationEnterprise Systems
1789
A Focus on the Gulf Regionin the Middle East
1797
The Future of ERP andEnterprise ResourceManagement Systems
1816
NextGeneration IT forKnowledge Distributionin Enterprises
1836
An ActivityBased Approach
1847
Conducting MultiProjectBusiness Operations inSMEs and IS Support
1871
FlowBased AdaptiveInformation Integration
1902
Enterprise System in theGerman ManufacturingMittelstand
1924
A Package of Good Practices
1941
ERP and Beyond
1960
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