Information For Authors

The term 'enterprise systems' encompasses all kinds of business information systems. Enterprise systems allow enterprises to save, structure, process and evaluate their data and thereby gain advantages in competition. Companies invest extensive amounts of money aiming for more efficient planning strategies or shorter responding times to customer requirements. The importance of enterprise systems grows steadily and there is an increasing demand for research and the development of new applications.

AIS publishes original papers, case studies, notes, commentaries and announcements addressing any topic regarding enterprise systems. Special issues devoted to important topics in enterprise systems will occasionally be published.

Commentaries on papers published in AIS are encouraged. Forum discussions with experts will be announced. An electronic newsletter will be send to the subscribers when a new AIS issue arrives.

Covered topics include but are not limited to


  • Infrastructure and regulations
  • Semantic integration concepts
  • CASE tools for system development
  • Distribution channel design

Business Models

  • Enterprise Systems for Electronic government
  • Electronic business and e-commerce and their integration into ERP Systems
  • Application service providers and Cloud Computing
  • Outsourcing of ERP projects and ERP delivery
  • Information systems for logistics and manufacturing processes
  • Solutions for special Industries
  • Big Data Analysis and Business Intelligence with ERP Systems
  • Organizational issues of systems integration


  • Interoperability of architectures and frameworks
  • Integration of business information systems
  • Interoperability of business standards
  • Organizational issues on systems integration


  • Interoperability of architectures and frameworks
  • ERP systems and virtual enterprises
  • ERP, integration of functions and extended enterprises
  • Intranet and extranet business applications
  • Changing Enterprise architectures

Strategy & Management

  • Supply chain management
  • Business process transformation with Enterprise Systems
  • Change management
  • Customer relationship management
  • Knowledge management for ERP projects and operations


  • Data analysis
  • Research methods and approaches for enterprises
  • Case studies for global applications