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Towards Inter-Organizational Environmental Information Systems for Sustainable Business Networks

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abstract Value creation that incorporates Environmental Performance Indicators (EPIs) requires collaboration among differentsupply chain entities. This especially holds for product-level indicators, since the required resources are scattered along thewhole supply chain. Prevailing environmental information systems (EIS) do not support flexible collaboration amonginvolved supply chain partners. The paper at hand provides a contribution in this area by proposing an innovativearchitecture artifact for inter-organizational EIS (IO-EIS). The architecture was developed by following the design scienceapproach: The requirements on IO-EIS were extracted together with industry representatives based on three use cases. Anin-depth and systematic literature research was applied to identify published critical success factors for networkedinformation systems. The proposed architecture artifact was designed based on the findings of the two analysis steps.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
keywords
   
name of conference 17th Americas Conference on Information Systems AMCIS 2011 (Detroit, MI)
date of conference 5-8-2011
title of proceedings A Renaissance of Information Technologie for Sustainability and Global Competitiveness
page(s) 12
publisher AIS Association for Information Systems (Atlanta)
review not reviewed
   
citation Thies, H., & Stanoevska-Slabeva, K. (2011). Towards Inter-Organizational Environmental Information Systems for Sustainable Business Networks. In A Renaissance of Information Technologie for Sustainability and Global Competitiveness, pp.12. Atlanta: AIS Association for Information Systems.