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An empirical investigation of employee portal success
The results indicate that besides the factors contributing to IS success in general, other success dimensions - like the quality of the collaboration and process support - have to be considered when aiming for a successful employee portal. Expand
The State of Research on Information Systems Success
The results show that the dominant empirical research analyzes the individual impact of a certain type of information system by ascertaining users’ evaluation of it by means of surveys and then applying structural equation modeling. Expand
Understanding the Economic Potential of Service-Oriented Architecture
This work investigates 164 SOA cases published between 2003 and 2008 and suggests the SOA economic potential model, which describes the causal relationships between theSOA's style characteristics and value it can provide on the business side, to suggest a research model for future studies on SOA's economic potential. Expand
Towards Customer Knowledge Management: Integrating Customer Relationship Management and Knowledge Management Concepts
The concepts of customer relationship management (CRM) and knowledge management (KM) have been recently gaining wide attention in business and academia. Both approaches focus on allocating resourcesExpand
Benefits Management - A Literature Review and Elements of a Research Agenda
In the image output apparatus of the present invention, a window forming section extracts a window including a notice pixel from bit map data of the image based on the relative position of the notice pixel and the outline. Expand
A Methodological Examination of Empirical Research on Information Systems Success: 2003 to 2007
The results show that the dominant empirical research is that which analyzes the individual impact of a certain type of information system that the users evaluate by means of surveys and structural equation modeling. Expand
Assessing User Acceptance of a Knowledge Management System in a Global Bank: Process Analysis and Concept Development
A model of user behavior and acceptance of knowledge management systems (KMS) is developed by combining the user acceptance model with a model of context-specific influencing factors and the integrated KMS architecture by Riempp to present an integrated framework for approaching KM initiatives. Expand
Development and validation of a model for assessing the success of employee portals
A model for measuring employee portal success on the basis of the DeLone and McLean IS Success Model is proposed as the foundation for future empirical work in this area and methods of classical test theory are proposed. Expand
Towards Understanding the Sources of the Economic Potential of Service-Oriented Architecture: Findings from the Automotive and Banking Industry
This article presents a model that describes the sources of the economic potential of Service-Oriented Architecture and introduces current research efforts that are aimed at extending the developed qualitative model by using the identified drivers of SOA’s economic potential as the basis of a quantitative profitability analysis. Expand
Wide area workflow management - creating partnerships for the 21st century
  • G. Riempp
  • Computer Science, Business
  • Computer Supported Cooperative Work
  • 15 May 1999
Covering both technical and managerial issues in the field of Wide Area Workflow Management, this volume provides a much-needed overview for researchers, practitioners, consultants and managers. Expand