Conference Minitrack “Theories and artifacts for IT-based service networks” approved at the 17th American Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) to be held in Detroit, MI, USA, August 4th – 7th 2011
published on Wednesday, December 8th 2010

Frequently attracting more than 900 IS researchers annually, AMCIS is one of the premier conferences in Information Systems Research worldwide. In 2011, the conference is framed by the headword of “A Renaissance of Information Technology for Sustainability and Global Competitiveness” which fits smoothly to the NSS project outline.

ERCIS successfully applied to host the conference minitrack “Theories and artifacts for IT-based service networks” that is closely related to the NSS project. The conference track is embedded into the track “Information Technology Services and Sourcing”.
Please note that submissions to the track can be made in early 2011. Please refer to the AMCIS conference website ( for more information and a detailed schedule.