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AMCIS-Minitrack-RFID 2009 : CFP for the AMCIS 2009 Minitrack: “RFID Applications and Supply Chain Management: Modeling and Simulation of its Business Impacts”

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Link: http://amcis2009.org/
 
When Aug 6, 2009 - Aug 9, 2009
Where San Francisco, California
Submission Deadline Feb 20, 2009
Notification Due Apr 2, 2009
Final Version Due Apr 20, 2009
Categories    analytical modeling   simulation   RFID
 

Call For Papers

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CFP for the AMCIS 2009 Minitrack: “RFID Applications and Supply Chain Management: Modeling and Simulation of its Business Impacts”

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15th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), San Francisco, California, August 6 - 9, 2009
Web Site: http://amcis2009.org/

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RFID technology is often considered as a disruptive (Vail and Agarwal, 2007; Park, 2007) wireless Automatic Identification and Data Capture technology (Fosso Wamba et al., 2008). It is emerging as the next wave of IOS that can transform supply chain management practices (Srivastava, 2004; Curtin et al., 2007). While the potential of RFID technology is obviously high in terms of operational performance optimization, some key theoretical and managerial questions remain (Curtin et al., 2007).
For example: How should an appropriate business case be constructed?
What is the impact on the firm when RFID is used with only a portion of one’s trading partners? Will RFID have similar impacts inside and outside an organization?
In the same light, it is worth knowing what considerations are to be taken into account at the extended enterprise network level and at the industry’s level. Moreover, one may ask how RFID and real-time decision-making will change managerial and organizational capabilities, etc. (Curtin et al., 2007). In contributing to this debate, this mini track aims to provide some answers by focusing on papers dealing with RFID applications, RFID in supply chain management using modeling and simulation in order to assess the business impacts of the technology.

Suggested topics, but are not limited to:

•Business process modeling & simulation, business process redesign and RFID technology
•Modeling and simulation of the impact of RFID technology on quality management
•Modeling and simulation of the costs and risks associated with RFID deployment in one organization and network level
•Modeling and simulation of the impact of RFID technology on operations management
•Modeling and simulation of the return on investment for RFID applications
•Modeling and simulation of the business value of the RFID technology
•Modeling and simulation of financial, managerial, leadership, and human resources required for RFID projects
•Modeling and simulation of innovative RFID-enabled applications

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References
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CURTIN, J., KAUFFMAN, R.J. and RIGGINS, F.J. (2007). Making the most out of RFID technology: A research agenda for the study of the adoption, usage and impact of RFID. Inf. Tech. Man., 8(2), 87-110.

FOSSO WAMBA, S., LEFEBVRE, L.A., BENDAVID, Y. and LEFEBVRE, É. (2008). Exploring the impact of RFID and the EPC network on mobile B2B eCommerce: A case study in the retail industry. IJPE, 112(2), 614-629.

PARK, S. (2007). Strategies and policies in digital Convergence. IGI Global, 222 p.

SRIVASTAVA, B. (2004). Radio frequency ID technology: The next revolution in SCM. Business Horizons, 47(6), 60-68.

VAIL, P.J. et AGARWAL, N. (2007). Disruptive innovation offers far-reaching solutions. Potentials, IEEE, 26 (2), 25-33.

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Important Deadlines
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January 2, 2009: Manuscript Central will start accepting paper submissions

February 20, 2009 (11:59 PM Pacific time zone): Deadline for paper submissions

April 2, 2009: Notification of acceptance

April 20, 2009 (11:59 PM Pacific time zone): Camera ready copy due

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Minitrack Chairs
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Dr. Akemi Takeoka Chatfield,
Senior Lecturer, School of Information Systems & Technology (SISAT)
University of Wollongong
Wollongong NSW 2522 Australia
Phone: +61 2 4221 3884
Fax : +61 2 4221 4170
Email: akemi@uow.edu.au

Samuel Fosso Wamba, CompTIA RFID+ Certified Professional
Lecturer, School of Information Systems & Technology SISAT)
University of Wollongong
Wollongong NSW 2522 Australia
Phone: +61 2 4221 3937
Fax: +61 2 4221 4170
Email:samuel@uow.edu.au

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