Consumer information systems (CIS) are an emerging area of inquiry for information systems researchers. IS researchers have traditionally emphasized efficiency and effectiveness of organizational processes and system use. However, design for consumer information systems requires more attention to be paid to processes of value creation embedded in the consumer experience. This shift in focus demands a reconsideration of current information systems development approaches. In this paper we propose a conceptual framework for consumer information systems development. The framework includes six elements of co-creation of consumer value. The framework is illustrated by reviewing the findings from three case studies.
Tuunanen, Tuure; Myers, Michael D.; and Cassab, Harold
"A Conceptual Framework for Consumer Information Systems Development,"
Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems:
1, Article 5.
Available at: http://aisel.aisnet.org/pajais/vol2/iss1/5