List of Contributors.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Principles and Experiences: Designing and Building Enterprise Information Systems.
3: Evolution of Enterprise Resource Planning.
4: Exploring Enterprise Information Systems.
5: Enterprise Systems in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises.
6: A Conceptual Framework for Developing and Evaluating ERP Implementation Strategies in Multinational Organizations.
7: Integrated Research and Training in Enterprise Information Systems.
8: Free and Open Source Enterprise Resources Planning.
9: E-Government and ERP: Challenges and Strategies.
10: Enterprise Application Integration (EAI).
11: Enterprise Tomography: An Efficient Approach for Semi-Automatic Localization of Integration Concepts in VLBAs.
12: Enterprise Information System Security: A Life-Cycle Approach.
13: From ERP to Enterprise Service-Oriented Architecture.
14: Data Reengineering of Legacy Systems.
15: Semantically Modeled Databases in Integrated Enterprise Information Systems.
16: An Overview of Ontology-Driven Data Integration.
17: A Fundamental SOA Approach to Rebuilding Enterprise Architecture for a Local Government after a Disaster.
18: An Overview of Executive Information Systems.
19: Making Sense of e-HRM: Transformation, Technology and Power Relations.
20: Mix, Match, Rediscovery: A Mashup Experiment of Knowledge Organization in an Enterprise Environment.
21: Testing Guidelines for Developing Quality EAI Projects.
22: Technology and Human Resources Management in Health Care.
23: Development and Design Methodologies.
24: Enterprise Information Systems: Aligning and Integrating Strategy, Technology, Organization and People.
25: An Adaptive E-Commerce Architecture for Enterprise Information Exchange.
26: A Structured Approach to Developing a Business Case for New Enterprise Information Systems.
27: Extending Enterprise Architecture with Mobility.
28: Enterprise Modelling in Support of Organisation Design and Change.
29: The Enterprise Systems Approach.
30: Designing Data Marts from XML and Relational Data Sources.
31: Migrating Legacy Information Systems to Web Services Architecture.
32: EIS for Consumers Classification and Support Decision Making in a Power Utility Database.
33: An ERP Adoption Model for Midsize Businesses.
34: Developing and Customizing Federated ERP Systems.
35: Creation of a Process Framework for Transitioning to a Mobile Enterprise.
36: Development and Design Methodologies in DWM.
37: Facilitating Design of Efficient Components by Bridging Gaps Between Data Model and Business Process via Analysis of Service Traits of Data.
38: The Utilization of Semantic Web for Integrating Enterprise Systems.
39: Tools and Technologies.
40: Data Warehouse Maintenance, Evolution and Versioning.
41: Information Supply Chains: Restructuring Relationships, Chains, and Networks.
42: Benefits of Information Technology Implementations for Supply Chain Management: An Explorative Study of Progressive Indian Companies.
43: Transforming Compensation Management Practices through Web-Based Enterprise Technologies.
44: Business Process Management as a Critical Success Factor in EIS Implementation.
45: E-Markets as Meta-Enterprise Information Systems.
46: Enterprise Systems as an Enabler of Fast-Paced Change: The Case of Global B2B Procurement in Ericsson.