BIR 2019 – 18th International Conference on Perspectives in Business Informatics Research invites you to contribute by submitting paper(s) to the conference taking place in Katowice, Poland in September 23-25, 2019, download flyer in PDF

Theme: Responsibilities of Digitalization – Responsible designing  & shaping the future of technology  for digital preservation, global data storage and cost-effective management

Digitalization rapidly changes  wireless, bio, and info-tech ecosystems and enterprises must find new ways to innovate for business advantage and sustainability. Through digital transformation, the implementation of new technologies like  cloud, mobile, big data, and social networks with increasing intelligence and automation enterprises can capitalize on new business and optimization opportunities.  Responsibility of business leaders and ICT system developers needs democratic innovation culture as well as new approaches to system design and exploitation. The BIR conference is overly focused on development of ICT systems to ensure system responsiveness, user friendliness, project agility, information availability and security, business continuity, system functionality, scalability and efficiency. However, the ICT people are expected to develop technologies, systems and methods taking into account consequences of their designs and implementations. Responsible designing the future requires change of ethics and learning methods, just to include different point of views (i.e., society, organization, individual, and information systems). 

    • Business, IT People and System Responsibilities

Philosophical and social perspectives 

Ontological foundations 

Systems theory and principles 

Conceptual modelling 

Human oriented systems 

Emerging technologies and paradigms 

Business models and rules 

Enterprise modelling and architectures

  • Business & IS development

Capability planning and management 

Business process modeling 

Process mining 

Model Driven Development

Service oriented architecture 

Requirements engineering 

Contextualised business and systems
Business Information Technology Alignment

  • Enterprise Systems

IoT, ERP, CRM and SCM systems 

Business intelligence systems

Data analytics and decision support systems 

Databases for business
Big Data for business

  • Application areas

Healthcare Supply Chain 

Industry 4.0 

Smart City 
Computer games and gamification 

  • ICT Governance/Management 

Digital Governance 

IT Governance 

Project, risk and security management

Data Governance 
ICT system sustainability,  ethics and ergonomics
Legacy systems 

  • Responsible Collaboration 

Blockchain economy
Outsourcing, crowdsourcing, etc.
Social network analysis 
Value creation and co-creation 
Business compliance 
Workflow management 

  • Semiotics & Knowledge Management 

Linked data Semantic 
Web methods and languages 
Ontology modelling languages and tools 
Digital innovation 
Ontology applications in business 
Web and social computing 
Text mining
E-learning and learning organizations

Types of Papers

Research papers describing original research contributions (theoretical, methodological or conceptual). Exploratory papers introducing new ideas and directions for research by analysing the current state of the art, identifying the gaps that need to addressed, and introducing an approach as a means to bridge them. Practice papers discussing problems or challenges that organisations (private or public) face, relate them to the wider domain and provide useful insights to practioners from similar organisations and contexts.

Accepted papers will be published in Springer’s LNBIP series, with the fulfilled copyright form provided. Publication indexed in Scopus.

Best papers will be invited to a special issue of the Journal of Complex Systems Informatics and Modeling Quarterly (CSIMQ)  


Submission Guidelines

Accepted experience papers and research papers will be published in Springer Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP, indexed in ISI Proceedings, DBLP, EI and Scopus). Papers have to be submitted in PDF or DOC format using the EasyChair submission page. All submissions must be unpublished and not be under review elsewhere. Submissions must conform to Springer’s LNBIP format. Page limit for papers is 15 pages. At least one author of an accepted paper should register for the conference and present the paper.

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