Hypersoft Presents the Workshop on Collaborative Enterprise Systems at IEEE AINA-2013 Conference

Personal analytics acts as a factor of change in enterprise communication and collaboration patterns and is becoming predominantly important for success of behavior transformation projects
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MUNICH - April 4, 2013 - PRLog -- Hypersoft once again actively contributes to worldwide movement of industry and academia in the field of Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA). The first annual international workshop on collaborative enterprise systems COLLABES 2013 in conjunction with 27th IEEE AINA-2013 Conference gathered innovative academic research results and business experiences, including those of Hypersoft, to share recent best practices related to corporate collaboration amongst top industry players.

At COLLABES 2013 in Barcelona, Hypersoft’s CEO Dr. Serguei Dobrinevski has shared Hypersoft’s unique findings of metering and analysis of modern service organizations from the perspective of personal analytics (http://www.hypersoft.com/omnicontext.htm), with aim of moving from ”case-based” to “relationship-based” customer interaction. Particularly it was stressed out on personal analytics as being a new type of category for organizational intelligence, complementary to general organizational intelligence metrics such as community structure and processes, simultaneously focusing on enterprise- and work-related scope (http://www.hypersoft.com/operational_intelligence/Operational_intelligence.aspx).

Conference attendees were presented with the results of real-life field experiments related to organizational project for merging members of the separate business structures, and which helped to shed light on questions such as:

“How to ensure higher quality of relationships within newly formed business units?”

“What is personal analytics, which data sources are realistically available for personal analytics in enterprise context, what is the typical analytic outcome and how would this work in a real-life experiment?”

“Is mobility contributing towards formation of closer communities?”

Discussion also specially concentrated on points such as whether changes in mobile-device related activity, specifically collaboration, are proving to be more closely linked to organizational change processes than traditional ones, and whether making personal analytics available to users has direct impact on the success of behavior transformation projects.

Hypersoft Information Systems continues fruitful cooperation with IEEE Computer Society and AINA Conferences by contributing innovative research and know-how.

For more information see http://www.hypersoft.com
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