The development of e-interactions (IT supported business interaction) need to be facilitated by comprehensive frameworks for business interaction. Existing frameworks cover fragments of the important constituents of business interaction. Based on a review of existing frameworks a more comprehensive one is presented in this paper. This comprehensive… (More)
There has been a growing interest in the philosophy and constituents of design research by a vast amount of IS-scholars. There are several unre-solved concerns and issues in design research (DR). Some examples are the outcomes of design research, the role of theorizing in DR, how to conduct evaluation and validation, and the need for different grounding… (More)
There is rapid growth in the development and launching of new public e-services to citizens. In doing this, government agencies base their work on national and international programs for e-government development. Many such programs include a stage model for public e-services. Many such models comprise stages of 1) information, 2) interaction, 3) transaction… (More)
Qualitative research is often associated with interpretivism, but alternatives do exist. Besides critical research and sometimes positivism, qualitative research in information systems can be performed following a paradigm of pragmatism. This paradigm is associated with action, intervention and constructive knowledge. This paper has picked out… (More)
In this paper, we argue for the need to thoroughly understand business-to-business (B2B) interaction when designing inter-organisational systems (IOS). This understanding is critical since an IOS both has influence on and is influenced by existing business logic. As a means to reach such understanding we propose a phase model for business interaction,… (More)
Coordinating the role of IT with business processes.