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We create value from information.   About Us

We do so by

  • developing methods to generate insights about organizations and customers from small and big data
  • generating empirical knowledge of individual and group behavior in markets
  • designing digital systems for organizations and the society
  • shaping the digital transformation of organizations and society.

With 7 professors  and associated research groups we contribute to research, education and innovation in the fields of information systems and marketing.

IISM Directors

Prof. Dr. Andreas Geyer-Schulz, Prof. Dr. Ju-Young Kim, Prof. Dr. Martin Klarmann, Prof. Dr. Alexander Mädche (Spokesperson), Prof. Dr. Christof Weinhardt, Prof. Dr. Thomas Setzer




Research Assistant "Self-Service Analytics" in cooperation with Bosch Group

This job position is funded by the project “Self-Service Analytics” in cooperation with the Bosch Group. The project is set up for three years and aims at developing new concepts in the area of Business Intelligence & Analytics (BI&A)...more

Prof. Dr. Christof Weinhardt elected as new Editor-in-Chief for BISE
Prof. Dr. Christof Weinhardt elected as new Editor-in-Chief for BISE Prof. Dr. Christof Weinhardt is elected as new Editor-in-Chief for BISE Journal (Business & Information Systems Engineering) starting January 2019.
Practical Seminar “Digital Service Design in the Energy Sector" finalized

On February 8th, 2018, 12 students participating in the practical seminar "Digital Service Design in the Energy Sector" presented the results of their semester work at EnBW...more

Leibniz Research Network “Taxation in the Era of Digital Transformation“

The IISM Research Group of Prof. Maedche is participating in a Leibniz collaborative research project.
The aim of this interdisciplinary research network is to examine how digital transformation affects the functionality of tax systems...more

New publication in Project Management Journal (PMJ)

PMJ published the article “Using Process Theory for Accumulating Project Management Knowledge: A Seven-Category Model” by F. Niederman, S.T. March, and Benjamin Mueller.  ...more

KPMG Ideation Challenge “Augmented Reality“News 282

Crack complex and real business issues through creative Augmented Reality (AR) using Microsoft Hololens technology.  To find out more and to register before March 1st to attend the Ideation Workshop, please visit kpmg.com/ideationchallenge...more