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eBusiness Enablement for Irish SMEs

Various Speakers

Wednesday 19th May 2004

Seminar Room National Centre for Biomedical Engineering Science (NCBES) seminar room, which is located in the Biomedical Science Building at the National University of Ireland, Galway

All Welcome

In collaboration with the Computer Integrated Manufacturing Research Unit (CIMRU) and the Information technology Department (ITD), the Centre for Innovation and Structural Change (CISC) at NUI Galway, is co-hosting a workshop, which is the culmination of a research project sponsored by Enterprise Ireland, to encourage and facilitate Irish organisations in the area of innovation, technology and eBusiness. This project comprises an internationally recognised team of researchers all based at NUI, Galway.

The total research project, entitled eNable SMEs, consists of three interrelated components:

Human Resource Information Systems led by CISC;
Cost effective internet based solutions for project portfolio management led by CIMRU; and
Low cost digital virtual supply chain solutions led by ITD.

The purpose of the workshop is to present new technology solutions purposely designed to advance SMEs to a full player in a virtual supply chain. Interested representatives of SMEs and large enterprises alike are cordially invited to attend this workshop.

The presentations will be delivered under three headings:

�Human Resource Information Systems Audit Tools�;
�Stimulating Growth through Managed Innovation and Change - Online!�; and
"A framework for e-business enablement".
The demonstrations will allow participants to assess their own company�s key business-to-business and human resource competences. This a non-commercial venture and has been funded by Enterprise Ireland with the specific objective of assisting Irish organisations.

If you would like to attend, please contact Ralf Burbach at the Centre for Innovation and Structural Change by phone (091 512 413) or by e-mail [email protected]

File(s) to download for this event:

Priority Research Area: High Performance Work Systems

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