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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • Contributions have to be original, the must neither have been published previously nor be under review in another journal (exceptions have to be stated in the "Comments to the Editor" section.
  • Manuscripts can be submitted as odt, rft, doc or pdf files

Author Guidelines

Author guidelines

The online journal "AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems" offers a platform for the international knowledge exchange for academics, researchers, practitioners and newcomers in the field of enterprise systems.

Readers of "AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems" expect high quality information about the state of technology, perspectives and solutions for company-wide IT architectures.

The target group of "AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems" consists of academics and interested pracitioners from all over the world. Besides academic contributions there is also demand for research and evalution methods for enterprise systems as well as case studies for the evaluation of processes. All contributions are about current problems and point out solutions from research and practice.

Submitted contributions must be primary publications free for print, which must not be submitted for publication elsewhere. There is no entitlement to the acceptance of a submitted contribution.

Additional material can be published in the web presence of "AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems". An according reference will be added to the published contribution. For details please contact the Editorial Office.

Review process

Because "AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems" applies double blind peer review, please submit an anonymous version of your paper! For this purpose, please see also our sample contributions!

When an author submits a paper, the Editorial Office first tests it for adherence to our submission guidelines. Afterwards, the Editorial Office chooses two reviewers out of the Editorial Board according to the in the paper adressed topics. A third reviewer will be selected in case of extremely differing opinions. The author gets an anonymous version of his review and must, if necessary, adapt his contribution. This one he has to submit again within an appropriate period of time and by considering our submission guidelines for publishing. Finally, the author receives a proof print which he has to send to the Editorial Office with an added comment that the paper is ready to publish.

An additional review process is done online by the users in forms of evaluations and comments on the published papers.

Submission guidelines

Manuscripts can be submitted as odt, rft or doc files.

If you submit your manuscript for review, please adhere to our submission guidelines provided by the Springer LLCS-Template (https://www.springer.com/de/it-informatik/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines).

Please supply your figures and references as separate materials in order to prepare the publication.

 

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