Your Open Access Publications
Making your professional publication immediately available to the scientific community is our primary goal. Through our membership in CrossRef, the leading international organization for the promotion of scholarly communication, we are able to provide our authors and editors with all the benefits of Open Access at a very competitive price.
AIS Transaction on Enterprise Systems’ (AIS-TES) provides a platform for the international knowledge exchange between academics, researchers, practitioners and newcomers in the field of enterprise systems. It also aims for discovering and defining new directions of research and topics.
ERP Management is the only German-language cross-industry trade journal that reports on the entire ERP sector. It presents current developments as well as trends, offers competent decision-making support for the selection and use of ERP systems and shows alternative solutions.
The trade journal Factory Software provides information on all areas of information processing in the factory and the surrounding logistics. The articles show how the increase of quality, productivity, profitability and competitiveness of production and logistics can be achieved by innovative IT and organization.
FACTORY INNOVATION (FI) delivers expert knowledge on Industrie 4.0 and Smart Factory. Factory Innovation shows how factories function with Industrie 4.0 and IIOT, helps with path-breaking decisions in the factory and always has an eye on the smartest vendor solutions.
Industrie 4.0 Management contains quality-assured contributions that are reviewed by independent reviewers. Based on the review results, the editors decide on acceptance. Publication ethics are ensured, among other things, by the double-blind review process of the submitted articles.
High-quality reference books that help companies of all sizes optimize business processes and find both cost-effective, application-friendly, and up-to-date solutions in all planning-intensive areas.
Contributions of the Scientific Society for Work and Business Organisation (WGAB), which informs about current research projects and discusses future fields of development in order to intensify teaching and research in the field of work and business organization and to close remaining gaps.