20th IEEE CBI 2018 – Call for Papers

 The 20th IEEE International Conference on Business Informatics (IEEE CBI 2018) will take place from 11 to 14 July 2018 in Vienna, Austria. The IEEE CBI series encourages a broad understanding of Business Informatics research, and intends to further its many different facets, theoretical foundations and experiential body of knowledge. On their website you will […]

TaxTech – The fourth discipline of tax science

In his contribution, Prof. Dr. Peter Fettke presents the application potential of new technologies in the tax area, shows relevant fields of design for the development of tax information systems and presents a maturity level model for the assessment of different development stages. As a result, central development lines and contours of the fourth discipline […]

New Workshop „Design Science Research: Best Practices and Tool Support“ – 7 March 2018

On 7 March 2018, a new workshop entitled „Design Science Research: Best Practices and Tool Support“ will take place at the multi-conference Business Informatics (MKWI) in Lüneburg (March 6-9, 2018). The workshop will be chaired and moderated by Prof. Dr. Peter Fettke, DFKI, Alexander Maedche, KIT, and Jan vom Brocke, University of Liechtenstein. Design Science […]

ProcessChain Workshop at the 2nd ForDigital Blockchain Workshop in Karlsruhe

  (picture by Oliver Stengele, KIT) Philip Hake and Filip Fatz propose an application of the blockchain technology on the 2nd ForDigital Blockchain Workshop in Karlsruhe. They argue that the European Union member states collect about 1 Trillion value added tax revenues a year. However, a study of the European Commission revealed theoretical vat liabilities […]

New Projekt „DaSoMan“

We are pleased to announce our new research project DaSoMan. The Data-Sovereignty-Manager (DaSoMan) project will give users of web services complete control over their personal data. At the same time, providers and developers of web services are to be provided with simple mechanisms to integrate helpful analytic functionalities and at the same time to guarantee […]

New projekt „ProcessChain“

We are pleased to announce the soon start of the new research project ProcessChain of our researchers Philip Hake and Filip Fatz. In the ProcessChain project, the possibilities and consequences of Blockchain-technology for monitoring cross-company business processes are to be tested in practice. The project will start in March 2018 and is expected to be completed […]