Call For Papers

Volume 5, Issue 1 and 2

Print ISSN: 0975-153X

Online ISSN: 0975-1432

GJEIS covers many aspects in Information System and business management and related areas.

We cordially invite you to submit your manuscript to our journal via the Online Submission System http://gjeis.org/index.php/gjeis/login

Important Dates:

Last Date for Submission: 25th August, 2013

Acceptance Notification: 15th September, 2013

Topics of interest of the GJEIS 2013 and 2014 include, but are not limited to:

1. Enterprise Information System and implementation projects trends

  • EIS new concepts, technology, and applications; ERP and cloud computing (cloud ERP)
  • ERP and open source
  • EIS classifications and typologies
  • Design of EIS: approaches to variability, adaptability and flexibility
  • Integration and interoperability of enterprise systems
  • Enterprise modeling, ontology, architecture, and engineering
  • Business process management and service-oriented architecture for enterprise systems
  • Business intelligence and analytics for enterprise systems

2. Enterprise Information System (EIS) innovation

  • New platforms for EIS: Web-based EIS, cloud computing for enterprise systems, platform/infrastructure as a service
  • EIS and social media: integration of social media software in EIS, sense-making of enterprise information via social media
  • EIS and more specifically ERP in SME’s and start-ups: needs, thresholds, lessons learned, opportunities and visionary trends
  • EIS in social profit organizations, in healthcare, in other economic domains: media, accounting...
  • Sustainability support in EIS – green ICT and lean ICT in EIS
  •  Open Data - Open Data for Business and Enterprise, Open Data Best Practices and Key Success Factors, Barriers and Opportunities for Open Data, Value and Economic Aspects of Open Data, Linked Data in Government and Enterprise
  •  Cloud ERP systems - EA for cloud environments, Cloud adoptions challenges, Innovative cloud-based solutions, Cloud security and Cloud databases
  • New EIS delivery and commercial models, e.g., Software as a Service (SaaS), software on demand, from proprietary to open source in Enterprise system packages

3. IT governance and EIS in public and private organizations

  • IT Governance and IT management methods and tools, their customization for different types of enterprises
  • Enterprise architecture
  • Trust, security and privacy issues in EIS, compliance issues, risk management, value delivery, alignment of business and enterprise systems
  • Quality assurance of enterprise systems and enterprise information, Disaster Management

4. Market trends and business value of EIS

  • Opportunities, and future strategies for EIS software vendors, integrators and implementers
  • Making sense of EIS: application of theories used in organization studies and the social sciences
  • Behavioral and social studies of the impact of EIS on individuals, teams, and organizations
  • Economic studies of EIS: benefits, costs and risks, productivity studies, impact on organizational performance
  • The art of researching EIS: research methodologies and paradigms
  • EIS & marketing: role of EIS in modern marketing, customer aware EIS
  • EIS best practices and use cases
  • Acquiring, implementing and managing EIS: approaches, experiences, lessons learned
  • Success of EIS: satisfaction, acceptance, adoption

Five types of papers

We are soliciting Five Types of Papers that is mainly focused on research issues in EIS and an industry track that is mainly focused on practical issues in EIS. The page limit for submitted papers (as well as for final, camera-ready papers) depends on the type of submission:

1. Empirical research papers report on completed EIS research that complies with rigorous scientific standards. These papers present original results of completed research studies with the aim of obtaining feedback from fellow researchers. (Page limit: 16 pages)

2. Theme Based Papers are short papers that present the design and preliminary results of ongoing EIS research studies with the aim of obtaining early feedback and further guidance from experts and peers. Work-in-progress papers will be evaluated using the same academic standards as regular research papers (except for completeness requirements). (Page limit: 8 pages)

3. Case Study Based Papers describe real-life experiences with EIS that authors wish to share with fellow practitioners and EIS researchers. They focus on specific problems and solutions in specific contexts. Their aim may be to help other practitioners facing similar problems or to solicit help and possible solutions from other practitioners (or EIS researchers). (Page limit: 8 pages)

4. Book Review, A book review is a form of literary criticism in which a book is analyzed based on content, style, and merit. A book review can be a primary source opinion piece, summary review or scholarly review. Books can be reviewed for printed periodicals, magazines and newspapers, as school work, or for book web sites on the internet. A book review's length may vary from a single paragraph to a substantial essay. Such a review may evaluate the book on the basis of personal taste. Reviewers may use the occasion of a book review for a display of learning or to promulgate their own ideas on the topic of a fiction or non-fiction work. (Page limit: 2 pages)

5. Biographical Note of the Luminary in an Area of IS We as per our culture acknowledge in every issue a great leader, Entrepreneur and Academician. Who contribute a lot to a society in the area of IS. (Page limit: 2 pages)

After Initial Review

Informatics Ltd. will publish GJEIS in soft as well as hard copy. Therefore authors must submit manuscripts using the following style (download guidelines).

Please note that:

  • Manuscripts not submitted in the style or exceeding the page limits will not be reviewed and automatically rejected.
  • A paper submitted to GJEIS 2013 may not be under review for any other conference or journal during the time it is being considered for GJEIS 2013.

Please find the journal’s profile at: www.gjeis.org and submit your manuscripts online. If you have any questions, please contact with the editor at: skesharwani@ignou.ac.in as well as gjeis@informindia.co.in

It is appreciated if you could share this information with your colleagues and associates. Thanks once again for your valuable time and effort.

Dr Subodh Kesharwani

Editor-In-Chief

www.gjeis.org