Gustaf Juell-Skielse

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Sweden is a precursor in e-government and development of municipal e-services. For example, the Swedish government has announced a national action plan for fast development of e-government using e-services and workflow systems for effective public administration. However, introducing e-government is a complex process including many different actors with(More)
Recently, the interest in the innovation of digital services based on open public information (i.e. open data) has increased dramatically. Innovation contests, such as idea competitions and digital innovation contests, have become popular instruments to accelerate the development of new service ideas and prototypes. However, only a few of the service(More)
In this paper we present implications for using and delivering Enterprise Resource Planning as services (ERP-as-a-service). The objective is to construct a framework of opportunities and challenges for users and suppliers of ERP-as-a-service. The framework is based on a combination of literature study and field study and includes approximately 80(More)
Sweden is currently ranked as the leading country in e-government readiness, i.e. how ready the country is to take advantage of the opportunities provided by advances in information technology for delivering e-government services to the citizens. However, the level of e-government development is still far from satisfactory, and further investments are(More)
Standard application packages are used to improve business processes and to reduce costs for information systems. Standard application packages in the form of ERP systems (Enterprise Resource Planning systems) are common among private sector organizations. Public sector organizations use standard application packages developed for specific areas of(More)
The growing use of ICT solutions for improving the public sector has created a need for valuating e-government initiatives. A number of methods for this purpose have been developed, but they are typically restricted to analyzing the benefits and costs of only one single actor. There is, therefore, a need for methods that take a broader view and take into(More)