Enterprise Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools And Applications, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1616928530
  • ISBN-13: 9781616928537
  • DDC: 658.4
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1895 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released May 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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This three-volume collection provides a complete assessment of the latest developments in enterprise information systems research, including development, design, and emerging methodologies.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Other Frontmatter.
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.