ERCIS researchers from Muenster meet researchers in Brisbane at ACIS 2010 conference
published on Sunday, October 3rd 2010

At this year's 21st Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2010 from 1.12.-3.12.) in Brisbane, several researchers from the University of Muenster will be presenting their research on topics within the networked service society. The ACIS 2010 is running under the headline "Information Systems - Defining and Establishing a High Impact Discipline" and has received a record number of more than 289 submissions, making it one of the five premier IS conferences around the world. Two publications by ERCIS authors from Muenster have passed the competitive review process (acceptance rate of 36%). One of these presents the joint work of ERCIS researchers from Muenster and the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane on service bundling strategies for service networks in the public sector. This research was conducted within the Australian Smart Services CRC research initiative (a partnership between 6 major industry players and six Australian universities, funded by the private sector and governments).The ERCIS researchers from Muenster will use the ACIS conference and preceding workshops as a platform to foster and extend the cooperation under the BMBF funded project "Networked Service Society" with universities in the Asian-Pacific region - especially with the QUT in Brisbane, who is hosting the 21st ACIS conference in Brisbane.