The AMCIS 2020 Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin America track promotes IS/IT/MIS research in and about Latin America. Latin America makes up a large part of the Americas and its population speaks primarily Spanish or Portuguese. This track opens a space for rigorous and high-quality research that is written in Spanish or Portuguese while also accepting papers in English that bring together IS/IT/MIS research and Latin America.
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2020
Monday, August 10th
12:00 AM

Advertiser’s Digital Maturity in Brazil: a multi-case study

Giovanna Rodrigues Premero, University of Sao Paulo
Daielly Mantovani, University of Sao Paulo

12:00 AM

Business Intelligence as a Competitiveness Factor

Rafael Gomes Saluti, University of Sao Paulo
Daielly Mantovani, University of Sao Paulo

12:00 AM

Conversion of Open Data into Citizen Empowering Information (Conversão de Dados Abertos em Informação Cidadã)

Elder Renan Martins Nogueira, Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná
Alexandre R. Graeml, Federal University of Technology - Parana (UTFPR)

12:00 AM

Estilo de Liderança e Sucesso em Projetos de TI em Organizações Brasileiras // Leadership Style and IT Projects Success in Brazilian Organizations

Mônica Mancini, Mackenzie
Edmir Parada Vasques Prado, University of Sao Paulo
Alexandre Grotta, Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia de São Paulo (IFSP)

12:00 AM

Identificación de Principales Factores de Caracterización en Jóvenes con Mayor Intención de Comprar Calzado Online / Identification of Main Factors to Characterize Young People with Greatest Intention of Buying Footwear Online

Christiam Mendez, Universidad de Lima
Victor Bohorquez, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra

12:00 AM

La colaboración virtual en el entorno laboral

Jorge Palomino-Delgado, Universidad ESAN
Julio Cesar Ramírez Ulloa, Universidad ESAN
G. Omar Rosales-Diaz, Universidad ESAN
Jose Antonio Robles-Flores, Universidad ESAN

12:00 AM

The Influence of Digital Transformation of the Peruvian Public Sector on Citizen Trust

Raúl Díaz Parra, Universidad de Lima
Christian Fernando Libaque Saenz, Universidad del Pacífico

12:00 AM

The Influence of Generational Differences on Mobile Applications' Design: A Mexican Study

Guillermo Rodriguez-Abitia, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mèxico
Veronica Badillo-Torres, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Cristian Ricardo Ortega-Ramírez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

12:00 AM