AMCIS 2019 Conference Theme
Digital convergence is what enables individuals interact, communicate, collaborate and share information in many new and different ways. Yet, it has tended to focus on the ability to combine technical components and features such as voice, texts, video, pictures, broadcasts, presentation, streaming media, global connectivity and personalized services. Its new frontier—yet to be fully imagined—the capacity to blur socio-technical boundaries, such as those between the real and online world, producers and consumers, humans and machines, inter- and intra-firms, as well as between develop and emerging economies. This conference theme reflects the desire to strengthen and build consensus in existing research streams, while also taking on theoretical and methodological challenges while exploring emerging convergence opportunities.
Conference Chairs
Guillermo Rodriguez-Abitia
Carlos Ferran
Program Chairs
Martin Santana
Ramiro Montealegre

AMCIS 2019 Proceedings ISBN 978-0-9966831-8-0

Browse the contents of AMCIS 2019 Proceedings:

Accounting Information Systems (SIGASYS)
Adoption and Diffusion of Information Technology (SIGADIT)
Advances in Information Systems Research
AI and Semantic Technologies for Intelligent Information Systems (SIGODIS)
Cognitive Research in IS (SIGCORE)
Data Agility
Data Science and Analytics for Decision Support (SIGDSA)
Digital Government
eBusiness and eCommerce Digital Commerce (SIGeBIZ)
Enterprise System (SIGEntSys)
Global Development (SIG GlobDev)
Global, International and Cross Cultural Research in Info System (SIGCCRIS)
Green IS and Sustainability (SIGGreen)
Healthcare Informatics & Health Information Tech (SIGHealth)
Human-Computer Interaction (SIGHCI)
Information Security and Privacy (SIGSEC)
IS in Education, IS Curriculum, Education and Teaching Cases (SIGED)
IS Leadership and the IT Profession (SIGLEAD)
IT Project Management (SIG ITProjMgmt)
Meta-Research in Information Systems
National Cultures and IS (SIG Culture)
Organizational Transformation & Information Systems (SIGORSA)
Philosophical Approaches to Information Systems (SIGPHIL)
Rhetoric, Design, and Social Media in (Dis)Information Processing
Social Computing
Social Inclusion and Socio-Technical Issues (SIGSI)
Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin America (LACAIS Chapter)
Strategic and Competitive Uses of Information Technology
Systems Analysis and Design (SIGSAND)
Technology Research, Education, and Opinion (TREO) Talk Sessions
Virtual Communities and Collaboration (VCC)