The Professor of Business & Information Systems Engineering and Value-based Business Process Management examines relevant real-world problems in both publicly funded research projects and applied research projects with industry partners. Based on our combined insights from current State-of-the-Art research and practical experience, our interdisciplinary and enthusiastic team is able to develop new and unique solutions together with our partners.
Selected projects are:


Deutsche Bahn (2015):
Development of a concept for IT support and process improvement in the context of digitization at DB Fernverkehr

Nord LB

NordLB AG (2015):
Technological evaluation of the financial / IT architecture in the area of regulatory and reporting

Finanzdienstleistungsunternehmen (2015):
Digital Value Assurance - Development and testing of a control and portfolio management approach to digitization initiatives



Melos (2014-2016):
Development of a modular approach and a domain-specific configuration mechanism for handling data-driven processes



Deutsche Bank (2014):
Development of a front-to-back process optimization method and its evaluation using the example of tax management processes (see alsotransferpublication)



Infineon Technologies (2010-2014):
Fit / gap analysis for development of the existing financial control concept and its IT support (see alsotransferpublication)



Postbank AG (2014):
Study on the future of online brokerage with focus on target groups set up and assessment of potential yield



Radeberger Gruppe KG (2013):
Analysis and development of a concept for sustainability-controlling


Hilti (2012):
Design of the development process for mobile applications and implementation of its IT support and the industrialization of social collaboration services (see alsotransferpublication)

Bundling of activities and competences

Jointly with other chairs at the University of Augsburg and the University of Bayreuth, we have bundled our activities with organizational practice in the cross-university Finance & Information Management (FIM) Research Center and the Fraunhofer Project Group Business & Information Systems Engineering of the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology (FIT). Further information on our offering to practice can be found on the respective websites.

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