This volume presents the revised and peer reviewed contributions of the 'ERP Future 2013' conference held in Vienna/Austria on November 12-13th, 2013.
The ERP Future 2013 Research conference is a scientific platform for research on enterprise information systems in general and specifically on core topics like business process management (BPM), business intelligence (BI) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. Besides the scientific community the event also addresses businesses developing, implementing and intensively using enterprise information systems.
To master the challenges of enterprise information systems comprehensively, the ERP Future 2013 Research conference accepted contributions with a business as well as an IT focus to consider enterprise information systems from various viewpoints. This combination of business and IT aspects is a unique characteristic of the conference that resulted in several valuable contributions with high theoretical as well as practical impact.
Felix Piazolo is postdoc researcher and project manager at the Department of Strategic Management, Marketing and Tourism at the University of Innsbruck, Austria and lecturer at diverse Universities in the areas of strategic management, enterprise information systems and innovation processes (including AAL projects). He has studied at the University of Innsbruck, University of St. Gallen and the University of Granada and holds a Ph.D. as well as a master degree in business economics. Being responsible for several national and international research projects in these fields he additionally provides business consulting services for companies.
Michael Felderer is a research associate and project manager within the Quality Engineering research group at the Institute of Computer Science at the University of Innsbruck, Austria. He holds a Ph.D. and a master degree in computer science. His research interests include software quality, risk management, empirical software engineering, requirements engineering and ERP systems. Besides his research activities, he transfers his research results into practice as consultant for the company QE LaB Business Services GmbH and speaker on industrial conferences.
Part I: Keynotes.- Part II: Future Tools.- Part III: Business Process Models.- Part IV: Requirements Engineering and Testing of ERP Systems.- Part V: Open Source.- Part VI: ERP Training.- Part VII: Mobility for Business Applications.- Part VIII: Cultural Issues in ERP Systems.- Part IX: Implementations Strategies and Concepts.- Part X: Public Sector.