International Conference on Business Management & Information Systems (ICBMIS-2012)

Venue: Seminar Hall, SMU

Location: Singapore, Singapore, Singapore

Event Date/Time: Nov 22, 2012 End Date/Time: Nov 24, 2012
Registration Date: Sep 15, 2012
Early Registration Date: Jun 30, 2012
Abstract Submission Date: Aug 15, 2012
Paper Submission Date: Sep 15, 2012
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The Conference

The International Conference on Business Management & Information Systems (ICBMIS) Conference is organized by the International Journal of Academic Conference Proceedings (IJACP). IJACP publishes conference proceedings and organizes international academic conferences.

IJACP’s Business Management & Information Systems (ICBMIS) Conference provides a forum for researchers and practitioners to share their research and experience with their peers.


Papers presented at the conference will be published in the International Journal of Conference Proceedings ( ISSN 2164-263X) online ( as well as in printed volume.

Selected cases will be published in IMT Case Journal (ISSN 2229-6743) subject to the review process followed by the journal.

Selected papers will be submitted to international journals (to be short-listed) for publication.

The proceedings of the conference will bear an ISBN and will be listed on AMAZON.COM for purchase by public. An affiliate of AMAZON.COM will also make it available to libraries and academic institutions in the US. Online and offline book distributors and retailers will be able to procure the proceedings of the conference through appropriate procurement channels.

Who Should attend

Academicians and researchers
Business executives and managers
CIOs, CTOs and VPs of Technology
IT managers


IJACP invites submissions from researchers and practitioners in areas of Business Management and Information Systems. The submissions may be research papers, work-in-progress, case studies or experiential insights from researchers and practioners.

Indicative areas within the the two major tracks are listed below. Submission in related areas will also be considered.

Business Management Track

Human capital management and leadership
Strategic, innovation and knowledge management
Operations and supply chain management
Financial management and investments
Business ethics
Quality management

Project management
Business school research
Organisational behaviour
Business education
Technology acceptance
Forum for young academics and doctoral students
Economic, social, technological and environmental impacts on business
Human Resource Management and related areas

SPECIAL TRACK: Emerging Asian Economies and the Future of Global Business

With developed and mature economies stagnating and the emerging economies with their unsatiated growth potential taking the center stage, the emerging economies are destined to play a decisive role in shaping the future of the world business order.

The following extracts from The Economist online presents the perspective succinctly:


Credits: The above text and chart are reproduced from The Economist online for the purpose of reference and
citation only. All rights belong to respective IP holders.

ICBMIS invites scholarly papers on Emerging Asian Economies and the Future of Global Business and related topics.

Information Systems Track

E-commerce and e-business
Knowledge management
Managing IT benefits, costs and risks
Human and organizational aspects of IT/IS
IT risk management strategies
IS security
Impact of IS on work, organizations and society
IS/IT management practice

Customer loyalty programs
Business intelligence
Enterprise architecture management
Change management
IT and ethics
IT in education
IT outsourcing
Enterprise Resource Planning and SCM
Mobile commerce
Strategic IS planning

SPECIAL TRACK: IT & Business Strategy

IT is an integral part of business strategy. Research carried out at the Center for Information Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (, has long established the interdependence of business and IT strategies. Increasingly, it’s becoming difficult to delineate the boundaries of business and IT.

ICBMIS invites scholarly papers and cases on IT and business strategy:

Using IT in as a component of business strategy
IT driving business strategy
Competitive advantage through IT
Managing IT portfolio and RoIs