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Sebastian Bahles is a research assistant at the Center for Enterprise Information Research (CEIR) at the University of Koblenz-Landau. He also supports the University Competence Center for Collaboration Technologies (UCT) and works as a lecturer for Enterprise Collabroation at the Euro-FH Hamburg. His research focuses on community management and workspace types in enterprise collaboration systems.
Petra Schubert is a Professor in the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of Koblenz-Landau. She is the Director of the Competence Centre for Collaboration Technologies (UCT) and is co-founder of IndustryConnect. She is an expert in conducting industry research and co-developed the eXperience case study methodology. Her research interests are in the area of Enterprise Systems with a specific focus on large-scale software systems such as enterprise resource planning and collaboration systems.
Sue Williams is a Professor in the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of Koblenz-Landau. She is head of the Enterprise Information Management Research Group and its two research labs, the Information Design Lab and the Enterprise of Things Lab and is co-founder of IndustryConnect. She is an interdisciplinary researcher with expertise in the areas of social and organisational informatics. Her research examines complex socio-technical change (STC) and the use-centred design of information artefacts and the digital workplace.
Söhnke Grams is a Research Assistant in the Business Software Research Group at the University of Koblenz-Landau and is Managing Director of the University Competence Center for Collaboration Technologies (UCT). He holds a degree in Business Administration (equivalent to Master) of the FHDW Hanover and graduated with a Master´s degree in Marketing and Channel Management at the University Göttingen. Following his studies, he worked as World Wide Community Coordinator at Ubisoft Blue Byte. His current research focuses on Benefit Realisation Management of Enterprise Collaboration Systems.