International Workshop on Software-intensive Business: Unleashing the Business Potential of Software
The International Workshop on Software-intensive Business 2020 (IWSiB2020) bridges the gap between software engineering and software business research. The one-day workshop is hosted by XP 2020 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
IWSiB 2020 and XP 2020 are postponed. Please follow XP 2020 for further details about the new timetables. Please, note also extended submission deadlines.
Software producing organizations face the challenges of changing demands, rapidly evolving technology, and a dynamic ecosystem in which their products and services need to operate. The International Workshop on Software-intensive Business: Unleashing the business potential of Software (IWSiB) brings together communities working on software-intensive business research and bridges the gap between software engineering and business research. The workshop supports the development of a research agenda for the emerging area of software-intensive business, maps challenges and best practices in the industry, and proposes new avenues for business-oriented software engineering research and practice.
There are two paper categories: i) 7-page full papers; and ii) 4 page short position papers and industrial experience reports. We encourage submissions of contributions describing different stages of research, from position papers to full research reports. We welcome both research and industry papers.
IWSiB seeks submissions describing novel research, experience reports, as well as emerging ideas. We are interested in studies describing original and unpublished results in the field of software-intensive business. The focus of the workshop is on new promising ideas and therefore work-in-progress reports are welcome to ignite discussion in the workshop.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited, to the following aspects of software-intensive business:
Business-oriented software development practices
Business practices in software development
Software product management
Business aspects of continuous, agile and lean development
Software engineering economics
Value-based software engineering
Interweaving product and business development
Software ecosystem and platform architectures, evolution and lifecycle
Ecosystem and platform orchestration and governance
API economy solutions and challenges
Software development practices in software startups
Business models of software startups
Organizational practices in software businesses
Observations of software industry and its trends
Impact of new technological and business model trends on software-intensive businesses
Industrial experience reports on challenges and best practices that connect software engineering and business
We encourage submissions of contributions describing different stages of research, from position papers to full research reports. We welcome both research and industry papers.
There are two paper categories:
Full research workshop papers (maximum 7 pages); and
Short research workshop position papers or industrial experience reports (4 pages)
Both types of papers will be published in the post-conference proceedings, which will be archived by Springer (open access). All submissions must conform to the LNBIP formatting; please, see Springer’s instructions for authors. Papers must be submitted electronically via EasyChair.