Sarah Seufert

Academic Staff

Sarah Seufert, M. Sc.

Room:
R09 R03 H27
Telephone:
+49 201 18-33390
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Consultation Hour:
Thursday 10:00 – 11:00 and with appointment (please send an email if you want to visit during the consultation hour).

Curriculum Vitae:

Since December 2015: Research Assistant/Ph.D. candidate at the Chair of Business Informatics and Integrated Information Systems at the University of Duisburg-Essen by Prof. Dr. Reinhard Schütte

January 2013 – June 2013: Semester abroad at the Högskolan i Borås in Sweden

October 2012 – December 2015: Studies of Business Informatics (M. Sc.) at the University of Duisburg-Essen

March 2012 – December 2014: Working student at the department of accounting and enterprise development at vitronet Holding in Essen

October 2009 – November 2012: Studies of Business Informatics (B. Sc.) at the University of Duisburg-Essen

Fields of Research:

Publications:

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  • Schütte, R.; Seufert, S.; Wulfert, T.: Das Wertbeitragscontrolling als Anreicherung bestehender Vorgehensmodelle des Software Engineering. In: Lecture Notes der GI (2019), p. 111-126. PDFCitationDetails
  • Wulfert, T.; Seufert, S.; Leyens, C.: Developing Multi-Sided Markets in Dynamic Electronic Commerce Ecosystems - Towards a Taxonomy of Digital Marketplaces.. In: Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2021). Maui, Hawaii . CitationDetails

    Multi-sided markets (MSMs) have proven to be a successful business model in the dynamic electronic commerce environment. There exists a variety of MSMs differing in their provided features and services for their participants. Existing taxonomies often focus on value creation and business-to-business transactions. We apply Nickerson et al.’s taxonomy development approach. We especially incorporated aspects of orchestrating the distinct market sides and governance dimensions. The developed taxonomy for MSMs consists of 21 dimensions and 99 characteristics in total. We have applied our taxonomy to 44 MSMs and identified asymmetries between the market sides concerning Monetization, Network Effect Amplifiers and Provided Services. We emphasize that the taxonomy is not only an artifact for classifying the current situation of an MSM but can also be used by MSM owners to derive directions for the future development. We illustrated how these developments can be conducted by examples for five dimensions of our taxonomy

Tutored Theses:

  •  Analysis of the requirements and development of a holistic management dashboard – discussed at the example of a logistic service provider  (Master Thesis Business Information Systems, in progress)
  • Value contributions of dashboards for finance and accounting for corporate success - discussed using the example of housing project development (Master Thesis Business Information Systems, in progress)
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  • Digitization in Health Care: Chances and Risks of Electronic Patient Records (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, in progress)
  • Opportunities and challenges of Big Data in commerce (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, in progress)
  • Implementing a machine learning algorithm for the analysis of employee valutions - exemplarily discussed for a German insurance company (Master Thesis Business Information Systems, in progress)
  • Analysis of the needs of modification of ERP-Systems due to digitalization in the procurement process field (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Analysis of Cloud Computing - Assessment of Solution Proposals for small and medium-sized enterprises (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Cloud-based Applications and Services for SMEs (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Challenges and approaches in depicting time-dependent date in Data-Warehouses (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Possibilities and limits of the measurement of a digitization degree of enterprises at the example of the automotive industry (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Industrie 4.0 - Effects of technological changes in production planning and production control prioritising master data (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Comparison of alternative methods for the evaluation of an application-oriented graphical user interface (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • The influence of digitization on Supply Chain Management exemplified on the concept of Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Comparison and analysis of approaches for the assessment of the usability of mobile devices (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Comparison of big data technologies for the implementation of BCBS 239 in the context of total bank management (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Development of a reference model for analytical Information systems in retail enterprises (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Management of the progress of digitization in relation to time (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Transformation of maintenance planning and repair by utilisation of Industrie 4.0-potential - exemplarily discussed by taking the example of the Dyckerhoff GmbH (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Transformation of application systems-Exemplarily discussed by the introduction of ERP systems (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Impacts of the implementation and Use of ERP Systems in small and medium-sized enterprises (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Challenges in designing applications in the age of digitization - examplarily discussed for mechandise management systems (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Empirical analysis of the business value of SAP HANA based on selected case studies (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Categorization of the business value of IT in Enterprises - examplarily discussed for ERP systems (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Identification of selection criteria for cloud-based ERP systems (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Impacts of cyber-physical systems on business models (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Implementation and design of cyber physical systems with the focus on data and functions (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Digitization in the commercial sector - Identification of potentials and challenges in Retail (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Improvement of the decision quality with Big Data (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • RFID-Technology in the context of Industry 4.0 - Potentials, Challenges and Use in Productioncompanies (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Aufwandsschätzung bei der Einführung von ERP-Systemen – Aufwandsgrößen und geeignete Methoden zur Schätzung (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Analysis of implementation strategies for enterprise-wide integrated IT systems (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Auswirkung einer Unternehmensexpansion auf die IT-Systeme – am Beispiel eines ERP-Systems in einem Franchiseunternehmen (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Analysis of the added value of BI systems - explained by the example of analytical possibilities for customer relationships (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • The IT business value controlling at the implementation of an product information management system (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Analysis of selected approaches for the governance by the use of BI systems (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Comparative analysis of sales figures forecasting methods (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Implications of the digitalization on the quality of IT services - Approaches to Measurement (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • The design of it system landscapes from the perspective of risk aspector - discussed in a case study of a selected concern (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Chances and challenges of new architectures for enterprise systems (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Big Data as a decision automation tool (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Platforms in the energy industry - case study on the development of a cross-company platform (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Benefit assessment of an IT system for service management - potential analysis in the context of a case study prior to system implementation (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Analysis of the technical infrastructure cost types of the network operation of a retail company - Development of a criteria catalog for the evaluation of improvements (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Managing troubled IT projects – common root causes and strategies (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Impacts of different it system types - Analysis of differences and similarities (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Opportunities and Challenges in IT multi-project management – state of the art research (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Business Intelligence & Analytics in the health industry: Potentials and Challenges (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Identification of opportunitues and challenges of transferring agile methods to ES implementation projects (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Analysis of the effects of ERP systems using domain-specific effect catalogs - case study of a grocery retailer (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Comparison of selected process models for privacy impact assessment and application to a case study (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Procedure for identifying process improvements in the e-health sector - exemplified by a case study opta data (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Wertbeiträge von Dashboards für das Finanz- und Rechnungswesen für den Unternehmenserfolg – diskutiert am Beispiel der Wohnungsbauprojektentwicklung (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Assessment of customer value in the context of customer relationship management and its mapping in selected CRM systems (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Consideration of the IT Business Value in existing project management approaches (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Prototypical development of a web-based tool for the IT Business Value controlling (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Opportunities and risks of using AI in automated driving (Bachelor Thesis Business Administration)
  • Expenditure estimation at the implementation of ERP systems - Factors and suitable methods for the estimation (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  •  Analysis of the requirements and development of a holistic management dashboard – discussed at the example of a logistic service provider  (Bachelor Thesis Business Administration)
  • Analysis of the effects of ERP systems using domain-specific effect catalogs - case study of a grocery retailer (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Maturity models for Industry 4.0 - general analysis and domain-specific investigation for the automotive industry (Bachelor Thesis Business Administration)
  • User acceptance analysis of ERP systems: A case study in a medium-sized company (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  •  Analysis of the requirements and development of a holistic management dashboard – discussed at the example of a logistic service provider  (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Digitization in Health Care: Chances and Risks of Electronic Patient Records (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Analysis of existing concepts for determining the costs of an IT system with regard to a life-cycle-oriented analysis (Bachelor Thesis Business Administration)
  • Benefit identification and -valuation of a process for IT-supported optimization of the demand forecasting - exemplarily considered by means of a chemical distributing company (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)