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PROGRAM CONFENIS 2012

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Wednesday 19 September 2012
15.00-17.00
REGISTRATION

16.00-17.00:
Enterprise Information Systems journal Editorial Board Meeting

17.00-17.20
INAUGURATION CONFENIS 2012
  • Opening speech by Jozef Dauwe, Member of the Provincial Government, Chairman Economic Council for East Flanders
  • Prof. dr. Geert Poels, Professor in the rank of Senior lecturer Ghent University, chairman CONFENIS 2012
  • Prof. em. dr. ir. Dirk Deschoolmeester, Representative for Belgium IFIP TC8, Chairman FBVI-FAIB , Ghent University
  • Prof. dr. A Min Tjoa, Professor of Software Technology Vienna University of Technology, Austria, IFIP TC8 WG 8.9
17.20 - 18.15
KEYNOTE
  • Bertrand Andries, Member of the Board of Agoria ICT and Managing Director at SAP BeLux, "The future of ERP and the consequences for the industry" (more info)
18.15-18.25
REFLECTIONS
  • Bernard De Potter, administrator-general Enterprise Flanders
18.25-18.35
FINAL WORD
  • Alexander Vercamer, Member of the Provincial Government
18.35-20.00
OPENING RECEPTION WITH EAST FLEMISH REGIONAL PRODUCTS
20.00-22.00
GHENT BY NIGHT



Thursday 20 September 2012
08.00-09.00
WELCOME COFFEE - IFIP WG 8.9 BUSINESS MEETING
09.00-10.00
PLENARY SESSION - KEYNOTES
  • Wim De Waele, Chief Executive Officer IBBT, "connect, innovate, create" (more info)
  • Dr. Carol Brown, Distinguished Professor Institute of Technology's Howe School of Technology Management, "Enterprise systems in healthcare: leveraging what we know from other industries" (more info)
10.00-10.30
BREAK
10.30 -12.00
PLENARY SESSION
12.00-13.30
LUNCH
13.30-15.00
PARALLEL SESSIONS
TRACK 1: ENTERPRISE MODELING

Session Chair: Professor Rogerio Atem de Carvalho (tbc)

  • Guido Geerts, Sergio de Cesare, Semantic Reasoning with Refined REA-EO Primitives
  • Artur Caetano, José Borbinha, José Tribolet, An Application of Role Modelling to the Decomposition of Business Processes
  • Wim Laurier, A Material Requirements Planning System for Integrated Supply Chains
TRACK 2: ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS - IT MANAGEMENT ASPECTS

Session Chair: Professor Dirk Deschoolmeester

  • Daniel Simon, Kai Fischbach, IT Landscape Management Using Network Analysis
  • Christian Leyh, Lars Crenze, ERP System Implementation vs. IT Projects: Comparison of Critical Success Factors
  • Kayo Iizuka, Shuhei Kudo, Michiko Miyamoto, ‘Transformation’ Process Analysis for Improving IT Investment Effect
  • Yannic Domigall, Robert Winter, Service Innovation in the Energy Sector - Mapping Tariff Model Options and Metering Technology Potentials
TRACK 3: ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS: CASE STUDIES

Session Chair: Professor Jan Devos

  • Adnan Kraljic, Tarik Kraljic, Denis Delismajlovic, Adoption of Standard ERP Solution in Health Care Sector: Is SAP ERP All-in-One Capable to Meet Specific Requirements
  • Peggy Chaudhry, Sohail Chaudhry, Kevin Clark, Darryl Jones, Enterprise Information Systems Security: A Case Study in the Banking Sector
  • Kataev M.Yu, Bulysheva L.A., Emelyanenko A.A., Emelyanenko V.A., Xu L.D., Enterprise Systems in Russia: Research, Development and Application 1992-2012
TRACK 4: CONFENIS 2012 SPECIAL TRACK – INITIATIVES STIMULATING ICT ACCEPTANCE - GOVERNMENT AND EDUCATION
  • Leen Verschraegen, How a professionals code of conduct can bolster the competitiveness of regional ICT businesses
  • Chris Block, E-Link II: How to stimulate BPM and ICT in SME's by using students?
  • Hans Tubbax, Business Intelligence Competence Center (BICC)
  • Pieter-Jan Vandenbossche and Ilse BeerlandGaming in ERP, how we’re educating geeks. How we create business awareness to future IT-professionals.
  • Jan Claes, Process Mining
15.00-15.30
BREAK
15.30-17.00
PARALLEL SESSION
TRACK 1: BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT: THE COMPUTER SCIENCE PERSPECTIVE

Session Chair: Professor Frederik Gailly

  • Pieter Hens, Monique Snoeck, Manu De Backer, Measuring the Impact of Suspension on the Process Enactment Environment during Process Evolution
  • Artur Caetano, Aurelio Assis, José Borbinha, José Tribolet, An Application of the Ψ-theory to the Analysis of Business Process Models
  • Nuno Ferreira, Nuno Santos, Pedro Soares, Ricardo Machado, Dragan Gasevic, Transition from Process- to Product-Level Perspective for Business Software
TRACK 2: CONFENIS 2012 SPECIAL SESSION ON DECISION SUPPORT AND NEGOTATION IN ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Session Chair: Professor Ana Paula Costa

  • Tharcylla Clemente, Adiel Almeida-Filho, Marcelo Alencar, Cristiano Cavalcante, A Decision Support System Based on RCM Approach to Define Maintenance Strategies
  • Suzana Daher, Adiel Almeida, Group preference aggregation based on ELECTRE methods for ERP system selection
  • Maisa Silva, Ana Paula Costa, Some Considerations on Contracts: ERP Buyer-Seller perspective
  • Ana Carolina Scanavachi Moreira Campos, Ana Paula Costa, Adiel Almeida, Daniela Calabria, A Multicriteria Model for Strategic Implementation of Business Process Management
TRACK 3: ERP SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION - WORLD-WIDE EXPERIENCES

Session Chair: Professor Björn Johansson

  • Jyoti Bhat, Bhavya Shroff, Rajendra Bandi, User perceptions, motivations and implications on ERP usage: An Indian Higher Education Context
  • Jan Devos, Jasmina Rajcanovska, Hendrik Van Landeghem, Dirk Deschoolmeester, Effect of ERP implementation on the company efficiency - A Macedonian case
  • Anjali Ramburn, Lisa Seymour, Avinaash Gopaul, Understanding the role of knowledge management during the ERP implementation lifecycle: Preliminary Research Findings Relevant to emerging economies
17.00-17.30
BREAK
17.30-18.30
PLENARY SESSION
18.30-19.00
WALK TO CONFERENCE DINER
19.00-23.00
CONFERENCE DINER AT BUTCHERS' HALL
Conference dinner presentation
Ludo Van den Kerckhove, Managing Partner Across Technology, "New Normal ERP" (more info)



Friday 21 September 2012
08.30-09.00
WELCOME COFFEE
09.00-10.30
PLENARY SESSION - KEYNOTES
10.30-11.00
BREAK
11.00-12.00
PARALLEL SESSION
TRACK 1: BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT: THE BUSINESS STUDIES PERSPECTIVE

Session Chair: Professor Hajo Reijers

  • Amy Van Looy, Looking for a Fit for Purpose. Business Process Maturity Models from a User's Perspective
  • Joachim Van Den Bergh, Stijn Viaene, Process Innovation: Redesigning an Enterprise Backbone System
  • John Hill, Lisa Seymour, Lunga Silandela, Revealing the gaps: A study of Business Process Modelling Language utilisation in South African organisations
TRACK 2: BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND SERVICE INNOVATION

Session Chair: Professor Sohail Chaurdhry

  • Torben Tambo, Ole Dahl, Martin Olson, Lars Baekgard, Organisational Dynamics and Ambiguity of Business Intelligence in Context of Enterprise Information Systems - a case study
  • Luc Lutin, Stijn Viaene, Nathalie Demeere, Olivier Jolyon, A Financial Perspective on Improving ICT Service Delivery: A Case at the Belgian Railways
  • Ling Li, Applying Anti-counterfeit Technology in Supply Chain
TRACK 3: ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS AS A SERVICE

Session Chair: Professor Josef Basl

  • Julian Faasen, Lisa Seymour, Joachim Schuler, SaaS ERP adoption intent: Explaining the South African SME perspective
  • Per Svejvig, Torben Storgaard, Charles Moller, Hype or Reality: Will Enterprise Systems as a Service become an Organizing Vision for Enterprise Cloud Computing in Denmark?
12.00-13.30
LUNCH
13.30-14.30
PLENARY SESSION 
Presentation CONFENIS 2013
DEBATE ICT-SKILLS
  • Moderator: Prof. em. Dirk Deschoolmeester, Representative for Belgium IFIP TC8 - Chairman FBVI-FAIB, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Department Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ghent University
  • Dr. Stephen McLaughlin, Head of Research and Development at the Innovation Value Institute (IVI) National University of Ireland, Maynooth
  • Patrick Slaets, economic advisor Agoria ICT
  • Dimitris Theodorakis, Policy and Research Officer CEPIS
14.30-15.00
BREAK
15.00-17.00
PARALLEL SESSIONS
TRACK 1: BUSINESS PROCESS, INFORMATION, AND NETWORK MINING

Session Chair: Professor A Min Tjoa

  • Raykenler Yzquierdo Herrera, Rogelio Silverio Castro, Manuel Lazo Cortes, Sub-process discovery: opportunities for process diagnostics
  • Diego Mansilla, Maria Florencia Pollo Cattaneo, Paula Britos, Ramon Garcia-Martinez, A Process Model for Requirements Elicitation in Information Mining Projects
  • Pablo Pytel, Paulo Britos, Ramon Garcia-Martinez, A Proposal of Effort Estimation Method for Information Mining Projects Oriented to SMEs
  • Daniel Ritter, Towards a Business Network Management
TRACK 2: ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS - STRATEGY AND PLANNING

Session Chair: Professor Charles Möller

  • Wipawee Uppatumwichian, Understanding the ERP system use in budgeting
  • Björn Johansson, Feedback in the ERP Value-Chain: What Influence has Thoughts about Competitive Advantage
  • Yuri Zelenkov, Evolutionary Approach for EIS Strategy: Decision Making Framework and Efficiency Measurement
  • David L. Olson, Bongsug Kevin Chae, Chwen Sheu, Manufacturing Planning Systems Use for Strategic Planning
TRACK 3: ENTERPRISE SYSTEM DESIGN

Session Chair: Professor Artur Caetano

  • Josef Basl, Ten Key Dimensions of Sustainable Development of SMEs based on ICT Innovation
  • Rogerio Carvalho, Fernando Carvalho E Silva, Rodrigo Manhaes, Gabriel Oliveira, Implementing Behavior Driven Development in an Open Source ERP
  • Hernan Merlino, Patricia Pesado, Oscar Dieste, Ramon Garcia-Martinez, Service Oriented Architecture for Undo Functionality
  • Rogerio Carvalho, Björn Johansson, Towards More Flexible Enterprise Information Systems
17.00-18.30
CLOSING SESSION AND RECEPTION

Patrick Dewilde, GLOBE Program Portfolio Manager Nestlé, "Opportunities and pitfalls with ERP programmes in large organizations"

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6th International Conference on Research and Practical Issues of Enterprise Information Systems

logo IFIPThe CONFENIS 2012 Conference is a joint effort of the Economic Council for East Flanders, the Ghent University and the IFIP TC8 Working Group 8.9 on Enterprise Information Systems.

The sixth International Conference on Research and Practical Issues of Enterprise Information Systems, CONFENIS 2012, will be held in Ghent, Belgium, September 19-21, 2012. CONFENIS, The Enterprise Information Systems International Conference on Research and Practical Issues of EIS, is a primary international event of the IFIP TC8 Working Group 8.9. This event provides an opportunity for academicians and practitioners throughout the world to gather, exchange ideas, and present original research in the field of enterprise information systems. Scientists and professionals are invited to address the current research topics in the area or the research frontier at this unique international forum.
Accepted papers will be published as full or short papers in a Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP) volume by Springer. Chairman of the conference is prof. dr. Geert Poels, Professor in the rank of Senior lecturer, Department of Management Information and Operations Management, Ghent University.

 

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