Thank You For Attending AMCIS 2015
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Posted by: Brook Pritchett
Dear AMCIS 2015 Participants,
Thank you for attending the 2015 Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) in Puerto Rico. Our goal was to introduce the new topics, programs, and events in this conference while maintaining the traditional program items of AMCIS. We attempted to facilitate the discussion of the new areas of IS research and the interdisciplinary nature of our discipline. We hope you found the conference informative and enjoyed the events.
There is nothing more exciting than when the IS community gets together to share ideas on research and teaching. We have been very fortunate to have a large group of information systems (IS) scholars who presented their work at AMCIS 2015. A hallmark of this conference was the keynote speech by Dr. Michael Karasick who shed light on the future of information systems based on cognitive computing and artificial intelligence. We had eminent IS scholars participating in TREO talk and panel discussions. We had excellent moderators, session chairs, and most importantly the audience but for whose active participation the AMCIS 2015 program would not be exciting. We thank you all.
We also thank everyone who helped make AMCIS 2015 a reality, the Association for Information Systems, the conference committee, AIS staff, sponsoring organizations, AMCIS Executive Committee, and many individuals who contributed in various ways for this conference. If you could please take a moment to complete the satisfaction survey, we would greatly appreciate your feedback.
We look forward to seeing you at AMCIS 2016 in San Diego.
Alan Dennis and Souren Paul