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Journal Issue
Volume 15 Issue 1, ECIME 2011 / Jan 2012  pp1‑148

Editor: Walter Castelnovo, Elena Ferrari

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Editorial for the Special ECIME Edition of EJISE – Volume 5 Issue 1  pp1‑2

Walter Castelnovo, Elena Ferrari

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Exploring the SME Quandary: Data Governance in Practise in the Small to Medium‑Sized Enterprise Sector  pp3‑13

Carolyn Begg, Tom Caira

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Framework for Mobile Payments Integration  pp14‑25

Fergal Carton, Jonas Hedman, Denis Dennehy, Jan Damsgaard, Kay-Ti Tan, J. B. McCarthy

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SMEs and IT: Evidence for a Market for “Lemons”  pp26‑35

Jan Devos, Hendrik Van Landeghem, Dirk Deschoolmeester

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GIS for Crime Analysis:Geography for Predictive Models  pp36‑49

Jorge Ferreira, Paulo Joao, Jose Martins

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Field Work With Older Users ‑ Challenges in Design and Evaluation of Information Systems  pp50‑62

Marja Harjumaa, Minna Isomursu

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Management of Information Systems Outsourcing: Evaluation of Lessons Learned From a Boundary Spanning Perspective  pp63‑73

Bjorn Johansson, Linda Bergkvist

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Abstract

Even if outsourcing is a well‑researched phenomenon, it can be stated that evaluation studies on IS outsourcing relationships are scarce. From a description of two IS outsourcing relationship cases, a set of lessons learned are presented. A boundary spann ing perspective is then used when evaluating these lessons learned in the client‑supplier outsourcing relationships and thereby adding a newŽ theoretical perspective on outsourcing relationships. The evaluation is concluded in a set of propositions that present the boundary spanning perspective of the lessons learned. The aim of these propositions is to act as both a guiding tool for how to further develop boundary spanning roles in outsourcing relationships and to act as a base for future research on ou tsourcing relationships. 

 

Keywords: boundary spanning, IS outsourcing, relationships management

 

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Measuring the Effectiveness of Organizational Knowledge Based Economy  pp74‑87

Ghassan Kbar, Abdul Aziz AlDusari

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Alignment in Enterprise Architecture: A Comparative Analysis of Four Architectural Approaches  pp88‑101

Thanos Magoulas, Aida Hadzic, Ted Saarikko, Kalevi Pessi

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Requirements Elicitation for the Technology Conception of a Community Information System for the Indigenous Microenterprise: A Contextual Multi‑Analysis Approach on Business and Community Requirements of Batik Making  pp102‑115

Nor Laila Md Noor, Ariza Nordin

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Enterprise Information Systems of new Generation  pp116‑126

Elena Serova

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Reconstructing the Past for Organizational Accountability  pp127‑137

Geert-Jan van Bussel

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The Relation Between Dynamic Business Models and Business Cases  pp138‑148

Bart-Jan van Putten, Markus Schief

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