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Business users need to analyse changing sets of information to effectively support their working tasks. Due to the complexity of enterprise systems and available tools, especially technically unskilled users face considerable challenges when trying to flexibly retrieve needed data in an ad-hoc manner. As a consequence, available data is limited to(More)
Acknowledging the competition in today's global markets demands enterprises to be resilient in order to survive. Therefore product life cycles shorten and new customer segments have to be addressed permanently. Obviously, such environments require flexible information systems, which can be adapted quickly to the enterprises' changing needs, without spending(More)
Delivering the right information at the right time to the right persons is one of the most important requirements of today's business world. Business users have to deal with changing information needs, but suffer from their inability of adapting the used information systems to support their changing needs. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, which(More)
This position paper presents research on End-User Development (EUD) for enterprise systems, which is aiming at improving the ability of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to adapt their software systems to individual and changing needs. These research efforts can be divided into two main directions: process-centric EUD and data-centric EUD. In particular,(More)
The intent of this position paper is to present the focus of interest of our end-user development (EUD) related research at SAP Research CEC Darmstadt, enabling other participants of the Dagstuhl seminar concerning end-user software engineering to prepare for fruitful and constructive discussions. As we are in an early phase of research, research topics(More)