Various recent research activities reported by Information Systems Frontiers, regarding the advancements of Enterprise Information Systems (EIS), which enables longterm strategic impact on global business and world economy, are presented. The study by Møller and others examines the development of a Virtual Enterprise Architecture for an automatic high-speed transport and sorting system applied to airports. The paper on role-oriented process-driven enterprise cooperative work using the combined rule scheduling strategies, proposes a dynamic Project Evaluation and Review Technique/Critical Path Method approach and discusses its applications in dynamic enterprise process scheduling. The paper by Li and others presents a newly-developed environmental health information system, a web-based platform that integrates databases, decision-making tools, and geographic information systems for supporting public health service and policy making.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Theoretical Computer Science
- Information Systems
- Computer Networks and Communications