Below you find the preliminary program for the EIS conference 2010. Each paper presentation consists of a 15 minute presentation and a 5 minute discussion.

9:30Reception with coffee & tea
10:00Keynote: Theodoor van Donge
Our journey from Packaged Applications towards SOA, BPM2.0 and
Composite Applications deployed in Cloud and OnPremise
11:20Maturity Models Requirements Analysis
Amy Van Looy, Manu De Backer and Geert Poels Tom Huysegoms, Monique Snoeck and Guido Dedene
Which Maturity Is Being Measured? A Classification of Business Process Maturity Models Building a Requirements Engineering Methodology for Software Product Lines
Marlies Van Steenbergen, Rik Bos, Sjaak Brinkkemper, Inge van de Weerd and Willem Bekkers Marco Aiello, Pavel Bulanov and Heerko Groefsema
The Design of Focus Area Maturity Models A Survey of Variability Management Requirements
Marijn G.A. Plomp and Ronald S. Batenburg Bert de Brock, Tommi Tervonen, Hans Hillege and Pieter de Graeff
Measuring Chain Digitisation Maturity: An Assessment of Dutch Retail branches Current Status and Future Perspectives of Drug Information Systems
12:20Lunch break
13:50Collaborative Modeling Architecture, Ontology & Model Engineering
Sietse Overbeek, Virginia Dignum and Yao-Hua Tan Ralph Foorthuis, Marlies van Steenbergen, Nino Mushkudiani, Wiel Bruls, Sjaak Brinkkemper and Rik Bos
Value-Sensitive Design for Cross-Enterprise Regulation On Enterprise Architecture Conformance and Benefits
Agnes Nakakawa, Patrick van Bommel and Erik Proper Philip Huysmans, Kris Ven and Jan Verelst
Challenges of Involving Stakeholders When Creating Enterprise Architecture Designing for Innovation: Using Enterprise Ontology Theory to Improve Business-IT Alignment
Denis Ssebuggwawo, Stijn Hoppenbrouwers and Erik Proper Björn Kijl and Durk Boersma
Collaborative Modeling: Towards a Meta-model for Analysis and Evaluation Developing a Business Model Engineering & Experimentation Tool - The Quest for Scalable 'Lollapalooza Confluence Patterns'
15:10Supply Chains Process Model Transformations
Romana Aziz, Jos van Hillegersberg and Kuldeep Kumar Pieter Hens, Monique Snoeck, Manu De Backer and Geert Poels
Inter Organizational Relationships Performance in Third Party Logistics: Conceptual Framework and Case Study Transforming Standard Process Models to Decentralized Autonomous Entities
Ricardo Seguel, Rik Eshuis and Paul Grefen Willem De Roover and Jan Vanthienen
Architecture Support for Flexible Chain Management Unified Patterns to Transform Business Rules into an Event Coordination Mechanism
15:50Keynote: John Krogstie
How can Enterprise Information Systems utilize the Future Internet?
16:50Closure and drinks