Accounting Information Systems and ERP Track
|Hans Van Der Heijden||International chair||University of Surrey|
|Robert O'Keefe||International chair||University of Surrey|
|Sabine Matook||Local track chair||University of Queensland|
|Joost Hoeve||Industry chair||IBM|
The purpose of the track is to solicit and disseminate innovative and high-quality research in the area of accounting information systems and enterprise resource planning systems.
Topics include (but are not limited to):
- Performance management;
- Business Intelligence;
- Information visualisation;
- Enterprise resource systems;
- Practice management systems;
- Organisational change; and
- Management control.
In line with other tracks at ACIS 2011, this track welcomes research papers, research-in-progress papers, practitioner reports, and education papers.
Research papers: we welcome contributions on the intersection between accounting and information systems. All research methods are equally encouraged.
Practitioner papers: we welcome new and interesting practical experiences with the implementation of modern-day enterprise accounting systems. This could include strategic business intelligence and mobile CRM applications but also experiences with recent new business requirements such as SOX compliance, IFRS, and carbon accounting.
Education papers: we welcome novel and exciting methods to teach students accounting information systems and ERP, for example in the context of the SAP University Alliance.
This track is endorsed by the AIS Special Interest Group on Accounting and Information Systems.
For any further guidance on paper suitability, please contact the track chairs who will be happy to help out.
- Ashley Aitken (Curtin University of Technology, Australia)
- Dan Ivanov (University of Surrey, UK)
- Jenny Leonard (University of Sydney, Australia)
- Matthew Arren (Deakin University, Australia)
- Hillol Bala (Indiana University, USA)
- Martin Juhrisch (Technical University Dresden, Germany)
- Daniel Gozman (The London School of Economics & Political Science, UK)