Month: May 2018

14th International Conference on Business Informatics

The 14th International Conference on Business Informatics will take place from 24.02. – 27.02.2019 in Siegen. Prof. Dr. Peter Fettke will be part of the 5th track entitled “Enterprise Modelling & Information Systems Design”. It provides a forum for current research results on conceptual modeling, enterprise modeling and information system development. The track takes up current challenges in the relevant research fields, including in particular the use of conceptual models in the context of “innovative forms of organisation, new business models as well as forms of cooperation and interaction, which are extremely complex and place corresponding demands on the design

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Conference on Business Informatics 2018

Prof Dr. Peter Fettke, Patrick L├╝bbecke and Abhishek Goswami will present their new paper “A method for Ecological Process Optimization based on Compliance Checking” at the 20th Conference on Business Informatics (CBI-2018), which will take place from 11-14 July in Vienna, Austria. In their paper, they introduce a novel approach for optimizing the environmental footprint of Business Processes by using techniques from the area of Compliance Checking along with a set of ecological weakness patterns that were identified during prior research. The result of this paper represents a Compliance Checking Method Library which offers an exhaustive set of methods to

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“Tax Consulting 4.0 – Change through Digitization”

Prof. Dr. Peter Fettke gave a keynote speech on the topic “Tax Consulting 4.0 – Change through Digitization” at the 23rd Cologne Tax Forum. The event took place on 8 May 2018 in the pit of the Cologne Chamber of Industry and Commerce under the moderation of Mr. Harald Elster, President of the Cologne Tax Consultants Association. The 23rd lecture and discussion event was opened by Prof. Dr. Andreas Pinkwart, Minister of Economics, Innovation, Digitisation and Energy of North Rhine-Westphalia, with an introductory address. Prof. Dr. Peter Fettke’s keynote address initially focused on the creation of a context within the

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