Business & Information Systems Engineering


Editor-in-Chief: Christof Weinhardt

The journal Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE) has its roots in the journal WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK, which became the central publication of the German-language BISE community during the last 60 years.

The journal’s self-conception is to be the central publication of the fast growing and coalescing international BISE community. Therefore, BISE provides a unique platform for high quality design science-oriented research and addresses all techno-economically oriented readers and authors.

To submit an article for consideration, please use our online review system.

Current Issue: Volume 61, Issue 4 (2019)



Introducing Registered Reports to the Information Systems Community
Christof Weinhardt, Wil M. P. van der Aalst, and Oliver Hinz

Research Papers


Decision Support for the Automotive Industry - Forecasting Residual Values Using Artificial Neural Networks
Christoph Gleue, Dennis Eilers, Hans-Jörg von Mettenheim, and Michael H. Breitner


OT Modeling: The Enterprise Beyond IT
Mario Sánchez, Paola Lara, and Jorge Villalobos


The Price of Privacy - An Evaluation of the Economic Value of Collecting Clickstream Data
Annika Baumann, Johannes Haupt, Stefan Lessmann, and Fabian Gebert


Conquering the Challenge of Continuous Business Model Improvement - Design of a Repeatable Process
Benedikt Simmert, Philipp Ebel, Christoph Peters, Christoph Peters, and Eva A. C. Bittner


A Value Co-creation Perspective on Information Systems Analysis and Design
Michael Blaschke, Kazem Haki, Stephan Aier, and Robert Winter

State of the Art



Anthropomorphic Information Systems
Oliver Hinz, Nicolas Pfeuffer, Alexander Benlian, and Henner Gimpel



AI-Based Digital Assistants - Opportunities, Threats, and Research Perspectives
Alexander Maedche, Christine Legner, Stefan Morana, Alexander Benlian, Benedikt Berger, Thomas Hess, Henner Gimpel, Oliver Hinz, and Matthias Söllner

Call for Papers


Call for Papers, Issue 1/2021 - AI-Based Information Systems
Peter Buxmann, Thomas Hess, and Jason Thatcher