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Socio-technical IS design science research: developing design theory for IS integration management
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We propose a socio-technical IS design science research approach to develop practical knowledge not only for the design of novel information technology (IT), but also for IS governance and management. Expand
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An approach to analyzing and planning post-merger IS integration: Insights from two field studies
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Information systems (IS) integration is among the most challenging tasks in corporate mergers and acquisitions (M&As). Expand
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The Essential Dynamics of Information Infrastructures
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This paper inquires into the complexities of contemporary IT solutions based on a case study of the EU's eCustoms initiatives using Manuel DeLanda’s Assemblage Theory. Expand
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Shaping the Post-merger Information Systems Integration Strategy
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We find evidence that contradicts the typical view presented in the M & A literature, and argue that there are several different approaches to post-merger IS integration planning. Expand
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The DySIIM model for managing IS integration in mergers and acquisitions
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We develop a six‐dimensional theoretical framework for IS integration in corporate M&As. Expand
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An introspection for the field of IS integration challenges in M&A
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In this paper, we review the domain of IS integration in M&As with focus on what have been studied and how it has been studied. Expand
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The new normal: Market cooperation in the mobile payments ecosystem
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We show how the digitalization of payments, as a technology innovation, affects the competition and collaboration among traditional and new stakeholders in the payment ecosystem at three levels of analysis. Expand
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"Ready to Acquire": The IT Resources Required for a Growth-by-Acquisition Business Strategy
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This article describes the experiences of Danisco (a global food ingredients company) as it followed a growth-by-acquisition business strategy, focusing on how a new CIO built the IT resources to ensure the IT organization was "ready to acquire." We illustrate how these IT capabilities expedited the IT integration following two acquisitions. Expand
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How Cisco Systems Used Enterprise Architecture Capability to Sustain Acquisition-Based Growth
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An advanced enterprise architecture (EA) capability can contribute to the four phases of the acquisition process: pre-acquisition preparation, acquisition selection, acquisition integration and post-integration management. Expand
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The value of resource efficiency in the food industry: a waste minimisation project in East Anglia, UK
Abstract Waste minimisation can be as successful in the food and drink industry as in other industries often seen as more polluting. £1.1m was realised in annual savings by 13 companies in the EastExpand
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